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1885-11-27 Fire in Gastonia Gastonia Gazette
1886-01-08 Start of School Gastonia Gazette
1886-03-12 Prof. Bryan Sick Gastonia Gazette
1886-05-21 Gastonia Institute Picnic Gastonia Gazette
1886-05-28 Closing Ceremonies Gastonia Gazette
1886-06-04 Bryan Departs Gastonia Gazette
1887-07-08 J.A. Bryan Gastonia Gazette
1887-07-13 J.A. Bryan New Era
1889-08-05 Rev. J.A. Bryan's Ordination Evening News
1889-08-07 J.A. Bryan Installed Weekly Age Ordained
1889-08-14 A Growing Church Weekly Age
1889-08-14 Married Weekly Age First Wedding
1889-08-21 Christian Observer article Note growth and consecration of Bryan
1889-10-10 North Alabama Presbytery Shelby Chronicle
1889-12-01 Third Presbyerian Church Daily News Further Growth
1890-04-04 North Alabama Presbytery Birmingham News Elected delegate of General Assembly and organization of Central Presbyterian
1890-05-17 Southern Presbyterians Montgomery Advertiser
1890-05-18 Presbyterians: The General Assembly at Asheville News and Observer Urges Birmingham
1890-05-18 Sabbath Observance Charlotte Observer
1890-05-18 Southern Presbyterians Montgomery Advertiser
1890-05-19 Presbyterians Coming Birmingham News Bryan announces Southern Presbyterians will meet in Birmingham
1890-05-25 Raleigh\, NC State Chronicle Youngest Member
1890-05-25 Youngest Member State Chronicle, Raleigh, NC
1890-05-29 J.A. Bryan Asheville Weekly Citizen
1890-06-30 Hand Shaking Daily News HAND SHAKING A Soefat Gt1erf c aad WleBBlMK at the Third rresbytrt Cbitreh There will be a social gathering and "Hand shaking" at the Third .Presbyterian to-morrow erenJng, (Taetday, Jnly the 1st, at 8 p. m.) Erery member of this church is expects! to be present Kev. J, A. Bryan haa jaat returned from Pittsburgh, Penu, where he attended the Sixth International Sunday School Convention, and his congregation wm be glad to welcome him back to his work. Ten members hare been added to this church durinz the month of J one. One hundred and sixty within the last year
1890-10-15 Notes Bryan Weekly Age Herald See also about cows in the city
1890-10-22 The Report of the Session Shows Some Encouraging Signs Daily Age
1890-10-28 Proposal Letter Proposal Letter
1891-01-02 Return from South Carolina Daily News
1891-01-03 Week of Prayer Daily News
1891-01-14 Bryan-Howze Nuptials Montgomery Advertiser
1891-01-14 Bryan-Howze: A Popular Birmingham Preacher Married at Marion\, Ala. Daily News
1891-01-15 Church Dedication Daily News This church has done a noble work for the Master, and is just entering on a grander and greater work under the pastorate of the young, devoted and eloquent Mr. Bryan.
1891-01-17 Marriage Announcement Montgomery Advertiser
1891-01-19 Dedicated: The Third Presbyterian Church Consecrated to the Almighty Daily News
1891-02-14 Return to Birmingham after Bridal Trip Daily News The Rev. J.A. Bryan, after a bridal sojourn in Florida and South Carolina, has returned to the city, and will occupy his pulpit in the Third Presbyterian church tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. His residence hereafter will be at the southeast corner of Avenue E and Twenty-sixth street, where he will be glad to welcome his many friends.
1891-04-29 Arrival in Marion Marion Times Standard
1891-08-10 Letter Commending Another Evangelist The Daily Pig
1891-09-10 Revival Guntersville
1891-10-08 Church Notice Cullman Tribune
1891-10-10 Revival Service Baltimore Sun
1891-10-24 Returned from Baltimore Daily News
1891-11-06 The Programme Arranged for the Week of Prayer by the YMCA Daily News
1891-11-07 YMCA Rev. J.A. Bryan will Conduct the Consecration Services Daily News
1892-05-10 Pleasant Services at Avondale Daily News
1892-05-26 Revival Wetumpka great earnestness and ferver
1892-05-26 Revival Wetumpka "great earnestness and ferver"
1892-05-31 Revival in Brewton Brewton great earnestness and ferver
1892-05-31 Revival in Brewton Brewton "great earnestness and ferver"
1892-09-08 Revival at Walhalla Keowee Courier
1892-09-15 Revival at Walhalla Keowee Courier
1892-09-22 Revival at Walhalla Keowee Courier
1892-10-26 Died Marion Times Standard
1892-10-26 Child dies (Kekomoisa) Marion Times Standard
1892-10-29 Returns from Marion Daily News
1892-10-30 Report from Marion of baby's death Daily News
1892-11-16 Synod Our Mountain Home
1893-01-29 Resolutions on the Revival Daily News Prayer for Region-wide revival
1893-02-12 The Revival Daily News Preaches at Southside Baptist
1893-02-16 The Revival: Interesting Services Held at the South Side Baptist Church Daily News Preaches on Seek and Save that which was lost
1893-11-29 "Judgment" How Dr. White Handled The Theme Daily News Bombard the City with Street Preaching, Bryan at AGS Shops
1893-12-30 Visiting the Howzes Montgomery Advertiser
1894-01-11 Colored Work: Presbyterian Divines To Meet Here Tomorrow Daily News
1894-01-12 Northern and Southern Presbyterians work for 'negroes' Montgomery Advertiser
1894-01-12 Joint Meeting of the Two Presbyterian Committees Daily News
1894-01-13 Cooperation in Negro Evangelization Mapped Out Daily News
1894-01-15 They Favored It. The Union of the Northernand Southern Presbyterian Churches Discussed Daily News
1894-01-18 Colored Work Tuskaloosa Gazette
1894-04-18 In Session The Northern Alabama Presbytery Meets Daily News
1894-04-19 To The Friends of Temperance Moulton Advertiser
1894-06-11 That Anniversary Service Daily News
1894-09-01 Marriage ceremony paid for Stove
1895-02-13 Reception House of C.H. Reed Birmingham News "Members of the congregation and a number of friends from other churches were there to greet the beloved and indefatigable divine, and each brought some substantial testimonial of their esteem. The u host and hostess left nothing undone to make "the guests feel thoroughly at home, and the occasion was one of genuine enjoyment.
1895-04-01 Lacon Christian Observer AL meetings
1895-04-01 Lacon\, AL meetings Christian Observer
1895-04-11 North Alabama Presbytery Alabama Enquirer
1895-04-29 Third Church Report Christian Observer
1895-08-20 Visit to Old Home in Spartanburg Birmingham News Sinnott fills in
1895-09-16 Special Service for Clerks Birmingham News Rev. .J. A. Bryan, the pastor, had devoted much thought to the discourse, and every one under the sound of his voice felt that they had beard an effort who'll combined excellence, sincerity and practical thought.
1895-10-03 North Alabama Presbytery Montgomery Advertiser Orphan Home Sunday School Work
1895-10-16 Atlanta Meetings Christian Observer
1895-10-25 Report on North Alabama Presbytery Christian Observer A deeper interest was manifested in the work among the negroes. We are all, by God's grace, trying to do more to rescue the perishing souls of our colored neighbor.
1895-10-25 Report on North Alabama Presbytery Christian Observer A deeper interest was manifested in the work among the negroes. We are all, by God's grace, trying to do more to rescue the perishing souls of our colored neighbor.
1895-11-27 Memphis Christian Observer Tennessee Meetings
1895-11-27 Memphis\, Tennessee Meetings Christian Observer
1895-11-29 Day of Joy: Was Yesterday with the Third Presbyterian Church Congregation Birmingham News
1895-12-18 Third Church Meetings Christian Observer
1895-12-25 Third Meetings 80 publicly confess Christ W.B. Gales evangelist Christian Observer
1896-01-29 Church Meetings Birmingham News Southside Baptist Church, pastors of city preaching at
1896-01-31 Preaches at Southside Baptist Birmingham News In 25 years ago...could not find original
1896-02-03 Sermon on individual work Birmingham News Sermon devoted to impressing the necessity of individual work by Christians and a plea for every member to do his individual duty in the warfare. There is a special duty assigned to every man, and that man must perform that duty himself, as no other man can discharge that particular work.
1896-02-12 Oxford Meetings: Rev. J.A. Bryan of Birmingham\, Conducting a Successful Meeting Birmingham News
1896-03-14 History of Third Presbyterian Church Birmingham News Very detailed
1896-03-28 Mass Meeting: To Protest Against Racing\, etc Birmingham News Against Gambling
1896-05-04 Pastor Installed: Woodlawn Presbyterian Church Birmingham News He spoke with the same earnestness of purpose which so well characterizes his life, setting forth the truth that God does nothing for us that we can do for ourselves; driving home to all the great responsibility of example and the Influences of home.
1896-05-29 Praig Heard But Not Heeded Objections to Colored Work Charlotte Observer
1896-05-29 Rev. J.A. Bryan: The Seventh Anniversary of His Pastorate to Be Celebrated Next Monday Night Birmingham News
1896-06-01 Seventh Anniversary Birmingham News It will doubtless draw together all who want to honor the work of Mr. Bryan. No minister has ever done a more thorough and Christ-like work in this city. he has looked up the poor, nursed the sick and buried the dead irrespective of church, 'party or condition. All are invited to bring an offering to assist the Manse fund to give the pastor a home.
1896-06-05 A Beloved Shepherd Birmingham News
1896-06-08 Reporter Drops in on Third Service Birmingham News "a revival enthusiasm at every service"
1896-07-11 Fatal Fall Birmingham News At in minutes to 10 o'clock death claimed hint for its own. .last n few minutes before Rev. .J. A.. Bryan, of tlie Third Presbyterian Church,, knelt in prayer and called on the Almighty Kuler to protect thqwife and chibl and assist tli Injured man. It was a sad case.
1896-10-30 Guest of Howze Marion Times Standard
1896-12-24 Gifts for the Pastor Birmingham News
1897-04-17 The Presbytery Meeting Montgomery Advertiser
1897-05-25 Plans for a Permanent Mercy Home Outlined
1897-05-26 Presbyterians Charlotte Observer Discuss Stillman Institute
1897-05-28 A Mercy Home Weekly Advertiser
1897-06-07 Eight Years Served as Pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church By J.A. Bryan Birmingham News Significant detail of Bryan's talk
1897-11-09 Sabbath Association To Promote Its Observance in Jefferson County Birmingham News
1897-12-02 Jefferson County Sunday School Association Herald Journal
1897-12-09 The Synod of Alabama in Session at Tuskaloosa Birmingham News on Home Mission Committee
1897-12-13 Dedicated Second Presbyterian Church at Home in Handsome Structure Birmingham News
1897-12-16 Home Missions Committee Alabama Synod Our Southern Home
1897-12-28 Wedding at Second Pres Birmingham News Printed in 1922 Birmingham News "25 Years Ago Today"
1898-01-16 Domiciled Pastor Montgomery Advertiser
1898-02-25 Revival Meetings Baltimore Sun
1898-03-12 Reid Memorial Hope Mission revival meetings Baltimore Sun
1898-03-24 Birth Anouncement (James) Marion Times Standard
1898-04-03 Northern Alabama Presbytery Montgomery Weekly Advertiser
1898-04-06 Presbyterian of North Alabama is in Session Birmingham News Sunday School Conference
1898-04-07 Bryan in Marion Marion Times Standard
1898-04-07 Second Day Of the North Alabama Presbytery's Meeting Birmingham News
1898-04-08 Missions Have Had $2\,000 Contributed To Them Third Day's Session Birmingham News Makes address on Home Missions
1898-04-09 The Presbytery The Foreign Missionary Society in Good Condition--The Orphan Home Montgomery Advertiser
1898-04-12 Presbytery of North Alabama Weekly Age Herald
1898-04-15 The Presbytery Weekly Advertiser
1898-04-16 Rev. C.G. Brown Will be Installed Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church Tomorrow Birmingham News Delivers Charge to Pastor
1898-05-14 The Sabbath State Association is in Session Birmingham News Devotional Excercise
1898-05-19 Revival Meetings and Sabbath Association Tuskegee News
1898-05-20 Sabbath Association Weekly Advertiser
1898-05-25 Ninth Anniversary Announcement Birmingham News Soldiers and Country Remembered
1898-05-30 Ninth Anniversary Announcement Birmingham News In 9 years 405 persons received into full communion on profession of faith, 205 by letter from other churches
1898-06-02 Announcement Tuskegee News
1898-06-09 Announcement Tuskegee News
1898-06-10 Announcement Tuskegee News
1898-06-12 9th Anniversary Montgomery Advertiser
1898-06-14 A Meeting Held By Committee In Charge of the Colored Seminary at Tuskaloosa Birmingham News
1898-06-23 Protracted Meetings To End The Tuskegee News
1898-06-26 9th Anniversary Montgomery Advertiser
1898-06-29 Big Rally Held: Last Night\, Christian Endeavor Workers Preparing for the Nashville Convention Birmingham News Bryan makes address
1898-06-30 Series of Meetings Montgomery Advertiser
1898-07-03 Tuskeegee Meetings Montgomery Advertiser
1898-07-07 Christian Endeavor Meetings Tennessean
1898-07-08 Christian Endeavor Convention Birmingham News Elected chaplain of Alabama delegation "and song and prayer filled the passing hours" of train ride.
1898-07-30 Echo Meeting Birmingham News "Mr. Bryan was elected chaplain of the delegation on the trip to Nashville. With such a leader the meeting is sure to prove both interesting and instructive."
1898-08-07 Decatur meetings Montgomery Advertiser
1898-10-29 YMCA Birmingham News Conducts testimony service for men
1898-11-18 YMCA Nightly Meetings Birmingham News Leads meetings
1899-03-06 Getting Ready for Christian Endeavor State Convention Birmingham News
1899-03-14 Third Church Birmingham News Enthusiasm is the leading characteristic of the pastor and members of the Third Presbyterian Church. Pastor J. A. Bryan, with his 200 members, is doing a great work in the territory of the church, which is located at the corner of Twenty-second street and Avenue F. It has been said that no one is sick or in trouble that does not get the kind sympathy and encouraging presence of the always busy pastor of the Third Church. Every one who knows him is unprepared to believe the statement. They have a good church worth $6,000 and earnest, conscientious and devoted officers. An outside work is a mission Sunday School at Avenue F and Thirty-fourth street, which is kept up and encouraged by this church.
1899-06-01 Report on the Standing Committee of Colored Evangelization Presbyterian Standard
1899-06-10 Revival Services Pratt City Herald
1899-07-27 Church on the Grape Vine Presbyterian Standard Guerrant
1899-08-03 Crockettsville Presbyterian Standard Guerrant
1899-08-24 Meetings Florence Herald
1899-08-31 Meetings Florence Herald
1899-09-04 Brown-Kerns and Hill Simmons Birmingham News Printed in 1924
1899-09-14 Preaching the Gospel To The Poor Presbyterian Standard Guerrant
1899-09-14 Presbyterian Standard
1899-09-14 Visit to Marion Marion Times Standard impacted morals of the city
1899-09-21 Meetings Shelby Sentinel
1899-09-28 Protracted Meetings Sinnott (Columbiana) Shelby Sentinel
1899-10-05 Meeting Birmingham Presbyterian Ministers Presbyterian Standard President Bryan led singing
1899-10-05 Meeting Birmingham Presbyterian Ministers Presbyterian Standard "President" Bryan led singing
1899-10-08 Protracted Meetings To Begin Anniston Star
1899-10-30 The Report of Young Men's Christian Association Work Birmingham News The religious interest of the Association centered en the fifty-one meetings held for men only, on Sunday afternoon at 3:30. which had a total attendance of 1,578. During the week of prayer for young men .In November, Rev. J. A. Bryan conducted services every night, with a total attendance of 207 and an average of 34. These meetings were very fruitful in results, eighteen men desiring to leave sin and follow the Master. Five men united with the church.
1899-11-20 New Pastor Ordained for Second Presbyterian Church: North Alabama Presbytery Birmingham News
1899-11-22 Synod of Alabama Birmingham News
1899-11-23 Meetings at First Pres Presbyterian Standard Was it really Second? Mooney pastor at 2nd
1899-11-23 Presbyterians In Session Anniston Star
1899-11-23 Synod of Alabama Birmingham News Rev. Mr. Bryan, of this city, who always has a big night congregation, was requested to speak, and he told how hjs church endeavored to bring the people out. Personal efforts were made, people called upon and urged to attend, everything done to bring them out. He took a cheerful view or the situation.
1899-11-25 Synod Took a Firm Stand Birmingham News Sunday School and Young People's Committee
1899-11-30 Hardie Chapel meeting and One profession Presbyterian Standard
1900-03-17 YMCA Birmingham News Speaks on Sunday afternoon
1900-04-12 Meetings of the Northern Alabama Presbytery Florence Herald
1900-04-12 Meeting of the Presbytery of Northern Alabama Tennessean
1900-04-21 YMCA Birmingham News
1900-05-28 An Anniversary Birmingham News
1900-07-25 Soul Winners Society Presbyterian Standard
1900-07-25 Presbyterian Standard
1900-08-15 Hughes Terry Wedding Our Mountain Home
1900-09-25 Major J.M. Thompson Installed As Elder Birmingham News Nine Year Absence
1900-11-10 The Programme of the Christian Endeavor District Convention Birmingham News Quiet Hour
1900-11-12 Evangelistic Services at Second Presbyterian Birmingham News
1900-11-15 Services at Second Birmingham News Five added to church
1900-11-19 Services At Central Presbyterin Church Birmingham News
1900-11-23 The Revivals Birmingham News
1900-11-26 Central Presbyterian Birmingham News
1900-12-01 Central Presbyterian Children Service Birmingham News
1900-12-05 Report on Birmingham Presbyterian Standard Bryan 'indefatigable" meetings at Second "At this remarkable church a Sunday is regarded with disappointment unless some come out on the Lord's side."
1900-12-05 Presbyterian Standard
1901-01-09 A New Building for Stillman Institute at Tuskaloosa Birmingham News
1901-03-27 Thrown from a horse Presbyterian Standard
1901-04-03 The Presbytery of North Alabama in Session Birmingham News
1901-04-08 Third Church Birmingham News Led by Rev. J. A. Bryan, a pious and resourceful shepherd, the membership of this church has done great things for the cause of humanity and Christianity. These worship in a comfortable house on Avenue F and Twenty-second street, and are earnest and pro gresslve. The membership approximates 350. The Sunday school with Mr. R.' F. Stewart as Superintendent, has a large and uniform attendance.
1901-04-17 Church Fire Articles Fire
1901-04-17 Numbers of Received Presbyterian Standard
1901-04-18 Most Modern Cars Will Replace Those Destroyed By The Big Fire Age Herald
1901-04-18 Already At Work Birmingham News
1901-04-18 Car Barn Destroyed Montgomery Advertiser
1901-04-18 Car Barns Burned Tuskegee News
1901-04-19 Destructive Fire Birmingham Times
1901-04-20 Heavy Loss By Fire Wilkes-Barre Weekly
1901-04-22 J.A. Bryan Birmingham News Rev. J. A. Bryan, of tho Third Presbylerian Church, whose house of worship was destroyed by fire last week and who Is now holding services In the little chureh. on the Southwest corner of Avenue F and Twenty-first, street, was present and delivered a short address, in which be praved for the success of the congregation and bade them God speed tn their work. Thefe were others to speak, Including Rev. Mr. Ebinger. The new church Just dedicated Is not a wry lurge building, but la sufficiently large for the services of the congregation. There are two floors, the lower floor to be used for Sunday School purposes while the upper floor will be given over to divine worship. The benches have not as yet been put In, but no pains will be spared to have them In before long. The lights have not been put In either and there is other minor work to be done. The congregation Is progressive and will work hard to make their house of worship as comfortable as possible The regular services will he well attended and the earnest little congregation will receive every encouragement. The church Investment already represents $10,000 and reflects great credit on the small band of earnest men contributing it.
1901-04-24 Birmingham Fire Huntsville Weekly Democrat
1901-04-24 Big Fire At Birmingham Keowee Courier
1901-04-24 Destructive Fire Pickens County Herald
1901-04-24 Big Blaze in Birmingham Troy Messenger
1901-04-24 The Book Closed: Storm Relief Committee Is Discharged Birmingham News Rev. .J. A. Bryan, pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, was given $500 because he recently lost everything on earth he had. iu the fire which visited the Routhside and because, in the language of one of the committee, lie has done more, according to his means, titan any other nrnn in Birmingham to relieve suffering ever since he made this his home."
1901-05-30 Determination and Grit Birmingham News For downright determination and grit those composing the Third Presbyterian congregation have not yet been excelled In the .church history of the city. When their church was destroyed by fire a few weeks ago, they rented and went Into the edifice at the corner of Avenue F and Twenty-first street, formerly owned by the First Christian Congregation, and scarcely missed a service. But the owners of that building having already sold It to other parties. Pastor Bryan and hls flock were forced to move out There was nowhere else In the neighborhood to get a house, yet the emergency was met by the purchase of a tent, which is now pitched on the corner of Avenue G and Twenty-second street and under whose folds the devoted worshipers meet and carry on all their services preaching, prayer meeting, Christian Endeavor and Sunday School. This arrangement will no doubt hold good until their new church Is completed.
1901-06-01 The General Assembly--1910 by J.A. Bryan Alabama Presbyterian
1901-06-12 Church Buildings Presbyterian Standard
1901-06-15 Prospects Bright Birmingham News
1901-06-18 Was a Graceful Act: A Neat Purse Is Turned Over to Rev. J.A. Bryan Birmingham News
1901-06-22 Bangor Cave Birmingham News
1901-06-26 Church Meeting in tent Presbyterian Standard Birmingham:—The congregation of Third Church have erected a tent on the corner of Avenue G and 22nd street in which to worship until they have built them a permanent house of worship. A good floor has been put in the tent, and four hundred and forty-seven chairs. Bro. Bryan reported at the ministers, meeting Monday, May 27th an attendance of 380 at the services the night before. Three young people were received into the Church on profession of faith the same day. On the afternoon of the Saturdav preceding sixty-five children attended the meeting of the Society of Busy Bees. This soclery is composed of children, some of whom have no church home, or occassionally attend other churches. But they are all learning the catechism, the Child's and the Westminister Shorter. Sabbath, May 26, closed the twelfth year of Bro. Bryan's Pastorate of the church. He says it was one of the best days connected with its history. The congregation is gathering a building fund, and hope in the near future to begin work on a substantial church building.
1901-06-26 Church Meeting in tent Presbyterian Standard Birmingham:—The congregation of Third Church have erected a tent on the corner of Avenue G and 22nd street in which to worship until they have built them a permanent house of worship. A good floor has been put in the tent, and four hundred and forty-seven chairs. Bro. Bryan reported at the ministers, meeting Monday, May 27th an attendance of 380 at the services the night before. Three young people were received into the Church on profession of faith the same day. On the afternoon of the Saturdav preceding sixty-five children attended the meeting of the Society of Busy Bees. This soclery is composed of children, some of whom have no church home, or occassionally attend other churches. But they are all learning the catechism, the Child's and the Westminister Shorter. Sabbath, May 26, closed the twelfth year of Bro. Bryan's Pastorate of the church. He says it was one of the best days connected with its history. The congregation is gathering a building fund, and hope in the near future to begin work on a substantial church building.
1901-07-03 Purchased a Lot Presbyterian Standard The Third Church, Birmingham, has purchased a lot about one block from the old church, and will soon begin to erect a handsome building. In the meantime they are worshipping in a large tent which they have purchased. The work is pushing ahead, although they have no house.
1901-07-03 Purchased a Lot Presbyterian Standard The Third Church, Birmingham, has purchased a lot about one block from the old church, and will soon begin to erect a handsome building. In the meantime they are worshipping in a large tent which they have purchased. The work is pushing ahead, although they have no house.
1901-07-24 Contract for Rebuilding Church Presbyterian Standard Third Church.—The contract has also been let for the rebuilding of the Third Presbyterian Church which was recently destroyed by fire. The building when complete will cost from fifteen to twenty thousand dollars. Rev. J. A. Bryan the pastor is one of the most beloved ministers in the city and is doing a great work for Presbyterianism. The congregation is at present worshipping in a large tent —/6.
1901-07-24 Contract for Rebuilding Church Presbyterian Standard Third Church.—The contract has also been let for the rebuilding of the Third Presbyterian Church which was recently destroyed by fire. The building when complete will cost from fifteen to twenty thousand dollars. Rev. J. A. Bryan, the pastor, is one of the most beloved ministers in the city, and is doing a great work for Presbyterianism. The congregation is at present worshipping in a large tent —/6.
1901-08-09 For A New Church Birmingham News
1901-08-24 Rejoicing In The Household Birmingham News There is rejoicing in the household of the Rev. J. A. Bryan, pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church. The reason is that the family has moved into the new parsonage and is now at home again for the first time since the big fire which destroyed the church and parsonage last spring. When seen yesterday Mr. Bryan was radiantly happy. We slept on our own pillows and mattresses last night for the first time since we were burned out and 1 tell you we were all very thankful to get back to a settled basld again," he said.
1901-09-30 Sunday Schools: County Association Will Meet on 18th of October Birmingham News Bryan gives devotional
1901-10-16 Will Dedicate New Third Presbyterian Tabernacle Tomorrow Evening Birmingham News
1901-10-25 Splendid Reports Received from Birmingham Churches: Salvation of Infants Proved Quite A Lively Topic at the North Alabama Presbytery's Meeting Birmingham News
1901-10-30 Church Building Progress Presbyterian Standard BIRMINGHAM—The congregation of the Third Church, of which Rev. J. A. Bryan is pastor, has built a temporary structure which they will use during the winter, while their new church is being constructed.
1901-10-30 Church Building Progress Presbyterian Standard BIRMINGHAM—The congregation of the Third Church, of which Rev. J. A. Bryan is pastor, has built a temporary structure which they will use during the winter, while their new church is being constructed.
1901-11-09 Their Work Over: Alabama Synod Birmingham News Sabbath Schools and Young Peoples
1901-11-15 Revival at Vine Street Presbterian Birmingham News
1901-11-23 Much Interest Birmingham News
1901-11-29 Services At Third Birmingham News At the Third Presbyterian Church there were -services both morning and evening. Pastor Bryan talked of the good year and of the prospect for a new and handsome church, showing that the fire which destroyed the old building was not loss than a blessing In disguise.
1902-01-15 Third Church\, Birmingham Presbyterian Standard The Third Presbyterian church which was burned April 11, 1901, is being rebuilt. We are worshipping in the Tabernacle. The corner-stone of the new church will be placed in a few weeks. Your prayers are asked for this work.
1902-01-15 Revival at West End Presbyterian Standard
1902-01-15 Third Church Presbyterian Standard BIRMINGHAM, Third church.—The Third Presbyterian church which was burned April 11, 1901, is being rebuilt. We are worshipping in the Tabernacle. The corner-stone of the new church will be placed in a few weeks. Your prayers are asked for this work.
1902-02-05 Church Cornerstone Presbyterian Standard Bryan "made a brief address filled with piety and inspring thought"
1902-03-01 Special Services Avondale Presbyterian Church Birmingham News Speaks to Women only
1902-04-09 Church News Presbyterian Standard Ministerial Meeting "It was suggested that this pastor instead of "opening the doors of the church" at stated times never closed them but proceeded literally upon the expectation that there would be immediate results from the preaching of the gospel at every service."
1902-04-09 Church News Presbyterian Standard Ministerial Meeting "It was suggested that this pastor, instead of "opening the doors of the church" at stated times, never closed them, but proceeded literally upon the expectation that there would be immediate results from the preaching of the gospel at every service."
1902-04-18 The Presbytery Birmingham News Sabbath school work conference
1902-05-01 John Howze Passes Away Marion Times Standard
1902-05-01 Death of Capt John Howze Marion Times Standard
1902-06-19 Praise Service Birmingham News First Service in New (Incomplete) building "The members of the Third Presbyterian Church will worship for the first time In their new church this evening, when a praise service will be held. The building is not completed but Is In such shape as to make the holding of this meeting possible. Pastor J. A. Bryan has arranged a programme along the line of rejoicing and the first service will be made memorable because of this kind of feeling."
1902-06-20 Service in New Church Birmingham News
1902-06-23 In New Church\, Third Presbyterians Worship. Spirit of Thankfulness Birmingham News
1902-07-10 Cornerstone of Hillman Hospital Birmingham News Gives invocation at ceremony
1902-08-29 Schools Placed: Kindergarten Association Arranges Work Birmingham News Free Kindergarten at Bryan School
1902-09-05 Funeral New Decatur Avertiser
1902-09-30 Kindergarten Work Birmingham News Bryan School
1902-10-09 Death of Mrs. Howze Marion Times Standard
1902-10-13 Five New Deacons: Notable Day At Third Presbyterian Church Birmingham News James Bruce one of them
1902-10-17 Week of Prayer Birmingham News
1902-11-10 Talk To Clerks Birmingham News There was a large congregation in which the proportion of young men and women who work behind the counter of the stores of Birmingham was notable.' Mr. Bryan's text was from the twelfth chapter of Romans, eleventh verse: Not slothful In business, fer vent in spirit, serving the Lord. He exhorted the young people to be faithful to the Interests of employers and honest in the treatmeiof patrons. He concluded by urging them to serve God and take the Lord Jesus Christ as their exemplar.
1903-01-17 Clerks To Hold Open Meeting Birmingham News Retail Clerks Protective Association
1903-01-22 New Officers of the Clerks Birmingham News
1903-01-29 Special Services: Davidson Lodge No. 31\, Ancient Order of United Workmen Birmingham News
1903-04-13 Days of Romance Still Survive Mountain Eagle
1903-04-15 The Presbytery Is In Session Birmingham News
1903-04-20 Rev. Mr. Foster Was Installed Birmingham News "Rev. J.A. Bryan then delivered the charge to the congregation, urging them to assist their new pastor in a his undertakings. He begged them to sympathize with him, love him, and aid him."
1903-05-02 Services at the Alabama Street Presbyterian Church Selma Times
1903-05-07 Services at the Alabama Street Presbyterian Church Selma Times
1903-07-01 Notable Factors in the Progress\, Prosperity\, and Power of Birmingham Birmingham News Includes Picture with Rev. J.A. Bryan "His works of charity have endeared him to the entire community."
1903-11-13 The Alabama Synod Weekly Advertiser
1903-11-17 Free Kindergarten Birmingham News 40 at Bryan Kindergarten
1903-11-20 Session At An End Weekly Advertiser Snedecor and 'negroes'
1903-11-27 Church Prospers Birmingham News Offering applied to church debt, all services at uncompleted building
1903-12-19 Christmas Charities Birmingham News Bryan Kindergarten plays Santa for children
1904-02-04 Weekly Prayer Service Birmingham News "As usual, the topic under discussion will be the Sunday school lesson for the approaching Sunday."
1904-02-12 Death of a Former Tuscaloosan Tuscaloosa News
1904-02-18 Revival Services Planned Marion Times Standard Wide Reputation as an evangelist and man wholly consecrated to God.
1904-03-02 Short Stories of Fact and Fiction Birmingham News Appeal by man who attended Third and was impressed with Bryan, asking community to give to building fund, sparks Quarter Fund
1904-03-07 The "Quarter Fund" Birmingham News
1904-03-10 Fund Is Growing Birmingham News
1904-03-11 Response to a Worthy Cause Birmingham News
1904-03-24 Revival Services Marion Times Standard
1904-03-26 Good Work Done Birmingham News "...substantial progress is being made in getting money enough to take care of the debt on the congregation. Rev. J.A. Bryan, who is one of the most tireless pastors in the city, or any other city for that matter, is working hard to get the church in easy circumstances, and his people are rallying to his support."
1904-03-31 Revival Services Marion Times Standard
1904-04-04 Quarter Fund Growing Birmingham News $31 raised
1904-04-07 Report of services Marion Times Standard
1904-04-13 Alabama Presbytery Mountain Eagle
1904-04-16 What wind did for the Second Church fire accomplished for the Third Birmingham News
1904-06-20 Service at Woodlawn Presbyterian Church Birmingham News
1904-06-22 Woodlawn Revival Birmingham News Services extended
1904-07-20 Church News Presbyterian Standard Rececived 28 new members
1904-08-27 Returned from Services in Dale Birmingham News
1904-08-30 Arguta Union Church Ozark Tribune
1904-09-19 Kindergartens to Open Birmingham News
1904-09-20 Revival Services Anniston Star
1904-09-24 The Free Kindergartens Birmingham News 45 enrolled at Bryan
1904-09-27 Revival Services Report Anniston Star 20 Accessions
1904-10-01 Lile Weaver Wedding Morning Mercury
1904-10-08 Services at Broadstreet Presbyterian Church Selma Times
1904-10-12 Second Church Anniston Presbyterian Standard
1904-10-12 Second Church Anniston Presbyterian Standard Second Church, Anniston.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of the Third Church, Birmingham, Ala., held a protracted meeting at this church lasting one week, during which 20 persons were received on profession of faith. The Holy Spirit was present at the meeting, convicting and convincing 'of sin, and the membership of the church has been greatly strengthened as a result. Rev. R. E. Henderlite is the pastor. J. C. B.
1904-11-26 Charitable Work of the Hillman Hospital Birmingham News
1904-12-17 The Free Kindergartens Birmingham News Bryan has 77 students
1904-12-26 Services Were Very Interesting Birmingham News YMCA speaks on "Why We Celebrate"
1905-01-01 Married Atlanta Constitution
1905-02-11 Return from Visit to Sick Brother In Spartanburg Birmingham News
1905-04-08 Rev. J.A. Bryan Is Back from Florida Birmingham News Jacksonville
1905-04-29 Announcements Birmingham News Visiting Nurse of HIllman Hospital
1905-05-03 Protracted Services to Begin Mountain Eagle
1905-05-10 Protracted Meetings Postponed Mountain Eagle
1905-05-10 W.C. Bower Obituary Union Springs Herald
1905-05-23 Services Second Presbyterian Church Anniston Star
1905-08-10 Special Services at Third Birmingham News
1905-08-22 J.A. Bryan Will Conduct Services Birmingham News East Lake Presbyterian
1905-09-17 Passed through Selma On Way from Liden where he held revival Selma Times
1905-09-24 Protracted Services Linden The Montgomery Advertiser
1905-11-25 Returned from Visit To His Mother Birmingham News
1906-02-21 Revival Meetings (Kentucky) Richmond Climax
1906-04-27 Raising Money for Window Fund Birmingham News A musical will he given by Miss Norma Schoolar at Cable hall on Tuesday, May 1st, for the benefit of the window fund of the Third Presbyterian Church. If the necessary sum Is raised the building, which replaces the one destroyed by fire, will be about complete and paid for. The building has been erected slowly as their pastor, Rev. Mr. Bryan, and his people believe in first raising the money and then making the necessary improvetaents.
1906-04-30 Phaeton and Harness Presented to Pastor Birmingham News 39 people/firms listed as presenters
1906-06-02 Returned from Meetings in Attalla Birmingham News
1906-06-09 Long Service as Pastor in This City Birmingham News REV. J. A. BRYAN BEGINS TOMOR- ROW ON HIS EIGHTEENTH YEAR AS MINISTER IN BIRMINGHAM. THANKFUL FOR ASSISTANCE. Rev. J. A. Bryan, of the Third Presbyterian church, will tomorrow begin his eighteenth year of pastorate In Birmingham. There is no pastor in the city who has worked more faithfully than he, and no minister has more warm friends. When seen today and asked about his long service, he said: Tomorrow, June 10, I begin the eighteenth year of my humble pastorate in this city. Words cannot express my gratitude to (Jo d for the friends over the city who have helped me do His work here, by their prayers and gifts to the Third Presbyterian church, and to me personally.
1906-08-09 Presbyterian Meeting Begins Near The AGS Depot Tuscaloosa News My Father Runs The Trains" McAlphine
1906-08-29 Revival Services Alpine Presbyterian Standard
1906-10-17 Programme Exercises Synod of Alabama Our Mountain Home
1906-11-14 Synod of Alabama Our Mountain Home
1907-02-09 Revival Services Planned Anniston Star
1907-02-16 Revival Services Announced Anniston Star
1907-02-19 Revival Services Anniston Star
1907-02-23 Revival Services End Anniston Star 3 Accessions
1907-03-06 The Oxford Church Presbyterian Standard The Oxford Church in North Alabama Presbytery has just closed a short series of meetings under the preaching of Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham. There were three accessions to the church on profession of faith, and there are more to follow. Prof. R. D. Carariehael, of (he Presbyterian College at Anniston, is supplying the Oxford pulpit for a time, while the church is without a pastor. There is reason to expect a substantial growth in this small church, which has been a strong feeder of other churches.—Southern Presbyterian
1907-03-06 The Oxford Church Presbyterian Standard The Oxford Church in North Alabama Presbytery has just closed a short series of meetings under the preaching of Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham. There were three accessions to the church on profession of faith, and there are more to follow. Prof. R. D. Carariehael, of (he Presbyterian College at Anniston, is supplying the Oxford pulpit for a time, while the church is without a pastor. There is reason to expect a substantial growth in this small church, which has been a strong feeder of other churches.—Southern Presbyterian
1907-05-01 Add to Third Church Presbyterian Standard Birmingham (Third Church.)—Twenty-five persons were added to the membership of the Third Church during the year on profession of faith and twenty by letter. Eighteen were dismissed to join other churches.
1907-05-01 Protracted Services LaFayette Sun
1907-05-31 Rev. Mr. Bryan's Anniversary Birmingham News Rev. James A. Bryan will have been in Birmingham eighteen years tomorrow. They have been eighteen years of good to this community, years of kindly deeds for his fellow man, such as only those who have come under his loving ministry can fully appreciate Mr. Bryan was a graduate from the Princeton Seminary and preached his first sermon in Birmingham, where he has always remained. His church, the Third Presbyterian, has struggled against great odds for a time from the financial troubles resulting from hard times, and later from a destructive fire which destroyed both the church and Mr. Bryan's home adjoining. Their effort to build a new house of worship and pay for it as they go has been a noble endeavor, and the real impetus to the work, the man whose watchword ts prayer and faith, has been their pastor. Rev. Mr. Bryan. Through all these years there has been no sacrifice too great for Mr. Bryan to make, for a man, woman or child in want Is to him an appeal from his Master. He will preach an anniversary sermon Sunday morning at his church, Twenty-second street and Avenue G, to which he invites all his friends. Mr. Bryan, since his pastorate here, mar-
1907-06-12 Rev. Mr. Bryan's Anniversary Marion Democrat/Birmingham News
1907-07-20 Returns from Services in Sylacauga Birmingham News
1907-10-30 Prayer Meeting at Westminster Presbyterian Birmingham News
1908-01-20 Firemen Give Minister A Hat Birmingham News
1908-01-22 Speaker at Presbyterian Brotherhood at Southhighland Pres Birmingham News In 25 Years ago Today
1908-01-22 Presbyterian Union Birmingham News
1908-02-05 Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard Revival meetings have just been held for two weeks. For five days Rev. J. A. Bryan of Birmingham preached morning and night with great earnestness and power. The religious ife of the students was wonderfully quickened and deepened, all but two of chose not Christians were converted, and six who came for generail study expressed their intention to devote themselves to preaching.
1908-02-05 Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard Revival meetings have just been held for two weeks. For five days Rev. J. A. Bryan of Birmingham preached morning and night with great earnestness and power. The religious ife of the students was wonderfully quickened and deepened, all but two of chose not Christians were converted, and six who came for generail study expressed their intention to devote themselves to preaching.
1908-02-13 Recent Visit Guntersville Democrat
1908-04-03 Will Preach To The Street Car Employees Birmingham News
1908-04-17 Will Preach At Barns Birmingham News Birmingham Light and Railway
1908-04-22 Banner Program for State Convention of S.S. Association Troy Messenger
1908-04-29 Campaign Birmingham News West End Revival
1908-05-07 Preaching at Fairview Methodist Weekly Herald
1908-06-01 Presbyterian Revival Begins Birmingham News Fairfield
1908-06-02 Interest in Revival Birmingham News Ensley
1908-06-10 Presbyterian Standard Birmingham.—As the result of the city pastors' evangelistic campaign for the month closing May 15 it is estimated carefully that 500 were received during tliat time in the several churches of the district. As the result of the services at the Second Presbtyerian Church during the last week conducted by Rev. J. A. Bryan nine were added to the membership on May 17
1908-06-18 Snodgrass Clayton Nuptials The Progressive Age
1908-06-24 Sunday Night Services in Birmingham Presbyterian Standard Sunday Night Services in Birmingham.—That there is encouragement to all our city pastors as to the method of simple, quiet evangelistic services at night, the writer recently attended one of the ordinary evening services at Dr. J. W. Stagg's (First) church, and by actual count there were 318 present. On another Sunday night at Rev. Mr. Bryan's church, there were 420 present. At the Second church, Rev. V. D. Mooney's, the night services are nearly up to the standard of the morning, often a full auditorium. This is as it should be. Where it is lacking and there are conveniences for attendance, tlie spirtual machinery is below the normal pressure and needs the awakening of the Holy Spirit, a harrowing process that quickens and develops. —C. 0.
1908-06-24 Sunday Night Services in Birmingham Presbyterian Standard Sunday Night Services in Birmingham.—That there is encouragement to all our city pastors as to the method of simple, quiet evangelistic services at night, the writer recently attended one of the ordinary evening services at Dr. J. W. Stagg's (First) church, and by actual count there were 318 present. On another Sunday night at Rev. Mr. Bryan's church, there were 420 present. At the Second church, Rev. V. D. Mooney's, the night services are nearly up to the standard of the morning, often a full auditorium. This is as it should be. Where it is lacking and there are conveniences for attendance, tlie spirtual machinery is below the normal pressure and needs the awakening of the Holy Spirit, a harrowing process that quickens and develops. —C. 0.
1908-07-01 Terry Carlton Our Mountain Home
1908-08-07 Miller Sentence Was Commuted Birmingham News Pled on behalf of condemned man for sentence to be commuted by Governor Comer
1908-08-24 Revival Services Birmingham News First Presbyterian Bessemer
1908-08-26 Col. C.W. Alexander Charlotte News
1908-09-01 Pratt City Notes Birmingham News Services at Presbyterian Church East Highlands
1908-09-09 Bessemer Presbyterian Standard Bessemer.—Since the coming of the Rev. Mr. Swallow to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian Church two months ago there have been added to its membership twenty-two adult persons many of them heads of families. There is a spiritual awakening among the people. Six or seven others have made known their intention to unite themselves with this church at once. The Cumberland Presbyterians with a membership of about sixty
1908-09-09 Bessemer Presbyterian Standard Bessemer.—Since the coming of the Rev. Mr. Swallow to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian Church two months ago, there have been added to its membership twenty-two adult persons, many of them heads of families. There is a spiritual awakening among the people. Six or seven others have made known their intention to unite themselves with this church at once. The Cumberland Presbyterians, with a membership of about sixty, are now considering favorably the proposition of the Presbyterians to consolidate the two churches. On Monday, August 24, Rev. J. A. Bryan, pastor of the Third church of Birmingham, began a series of services, to last a week, in this church. His morning Bible Studies are exceedingly interesting and instructive. The congregations are large and increasing in numbers and interest each day.—S.-W. P.
1908-09-22 County Sunday School Convention Birmingham News One of many articles where Bryan gives devotional at these meetings
1908-09-23 Bessemer Presbyterian Standard
1908-09-30 Springville Church Presbyterian Standard Rev. H. C. Kegley, of Ensley, has recently conducted a meeting at the Springville church, with Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, doing part of the preaching the last two days. The influences of these services were evident throughout the whole community, and eleven united with the church, six on profession of their faith and five by letter. A number of other converts united with churches of other denominations. —S. P.
1908-09-30 Springville Church Presbyterian Standard Rev. H. C. Kegley, of Ensley, has recently conducted a meeting at the Springville church, with Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, doing part of the preaching the last two days. The influences of these services were evident throughout the whole community, and eleven united with the church, six on profession of their faith and five by letter. A number of other converts united with churches of other denominations. —S. P.
1908-10-07 Pentecost at Puncheon Camp by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1908-10-28 Livingston Presbyterian Standard Livingston.—In a meeting extending a week from- Oct. 12th there Avere twelve additions to the Presbyterian church and others to the other churches of the toAvn and eighteen professions among the college girls at the A. N. C. Rev. J. A. Bryan assisted the pastor. Rev. N. C. Clark.—C. 0.
1908-10-28 Livingston Presbyterian Standard Livingston.—In a meeting extending a week from- Oct. 12th, there Avere twelve additions to the Presbyterian church and others to the other churches of the toAvn and eighteen professions among the college girls at the A. N. C. Rev. J. A. Bryan assisted the pastor. Rev. N. C. Clark.—C. 0.
1908-10-31 Celebration of the Anniversary: The South Highland Presbyterian Church Was Organized Twenty Years Ago Birmingham News Speaks on "Twenty Years of Evangelism in Birmingham"
1908-11-11 Livingston Presbyterian Standard Livingston.—Rev. J. A. Bryan has recently conducted a meeting at the Livingstone church during which there were twelve additions to the church. This makes a total of twenty-five during the past church year. Great interest was manifested by the pupils of the Normal College eighteen of whom took their stand for Christ.—S. P.
1908-11-11 Livingston Presbyterian Standard Livingston.—Rev. J. A. Bryan has recently conducted a meeting at the Livingstone church, during which there were twelve additions to the church. This makes a total of twenty-five during the past church year. Great interest was manifested by the pupils of the Normal College, eighteen of whom took their stand for Christ.—S. P.
1908-11-27 Sermon Was Replete With The Spirit Birmingham News Partial transcript of sermon on Thanksgiving by Bryan
1908-11-30 Protracted Services at Wylam Birmingham News
1908-12-02 Decatur First Church Presbyterian Standard Decatur.—A protracted meeting was held in the First church Decatur recently by Rev. J. A. Bryan
1908-12-02 Decatur Presbyterian Standard .First Church, Decatur.—A protracted meeting was held in the First church, Decatur, recently by Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham. The services continued for four days, and resulted in the addition of seven new members, five on confession of their faith and two by letter.
1908-12-14 Allen Nail Buried (Murder Suicide) The Montgomery Advertiser
1908-12-22 Bessemer Presbyterian Church Birmingham News
1909-02-03 Bryan Appointed District Evangelist Presbyterian of the South
1909-03-10 Wylam Presbyterian Standard Third Presbyterian Church—Birmingham.—A church lot centrally located has been given by the Pratt Land and Improvement Company to the Presbyterians of Wylam on which to erect a building. Thirteen persons have recently united with this church twelve on profession of faith
1909-03-10 Wylam Presbyterian Standard Third Presbyterian Church—Birmingham.—A church lot, centrally located, has been given by the Pratt Land and Improvement Company to the Presbyterians of Wylam on which to erect a building. Thirteen persons have recently united with this church, twelve on profession of faith, and one by letter. J. A. Bryan.
1909-03-15 Presbyterians Enjoy Fivefold Increase Birmingham News History of the Birmingham Churches
1909-03-25 Social Union Meeting Birmingham News Speaks on "Church Extension in the Birmingham District"
1909-04-03 Addresses Young People and Children at Second Presbyterian Birmingham News
1909-04-08 Laymen to Discuss Church Extension Birmingham News Bryan speaker
1909-04-12 Presbytery to Meet in Collinsville Birmingham News
1909-04-14 Men's College Endowment The Tennessean
1909-04-14 Meeting of the Presbytery Birmingham News Rev. J. A. Bryan of the Third church, Birmingham," preached on "The Places and Opportunities of Service. Mr. Rryan gave emphasis to the privilege and responsibility of the North Alabama Presbytery to preach the Gospel to the native and foreign population of North Alabama. His sermon was a strong appeal to the laymen of the church to meet the demands of the people whom God had placed at thetr doors.
1909-04-15 Mission Report Is Subject of Much Debate Birmingham News Evangelistic Committee
1909-04-24 Revival Next Week Birmingham News Brighton Presbyterian Church
1909-05-04 Piano Contest Birmingham News Not sure what this is, perhaps way to pay for church piano?
1909-05-10 Wylam Presbyterian Church Dedication Birmingham News
1909-05-12 Save Coupons Birmingham News Add for Piano
1909-05-18 Card of Thanks Birmingham News Piano Contest
1909-06-03 Twenty-One Years In One Pastorate: Rev. Bryan Attains Remarkable Record. Week of Services to Be Held Birmingham News Home Missions Focus
1909-06-03 Rev. James A. Bryan and the members of the Third Presbyterian church will celebrate Birmingham News
1909-06-06 Annual Report on The America Inland Mission The Courier Journal
1909-06-07 Silver Set for Rev. J.A. Bryan: The People of Birmingham Show Appreciation of His Long Service Birmingham News Includes letter of thanks by Bryan "This morning I wish to thank from the depths of my heart, through the I press, the kind friends in the Blrming- ham district and In other sections of our country for many kind remembrances to me personally and to the work to which God has called me. The kind words from lips and letters and other tokens of friendship should I make me very humble and more faith-, ful to Christ and to the cry of humanity, The handsome sliver communion service presented at the close of yesterday mornings service by our friends outside of our membership was a very pleasant surprise to us all and also a great blessing. , "The Lord bless thee and keep thee The Lord make his face to shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee; the Lord lift up his countenance upon thee i and give thee peace. (Numbers 7,' 24, , 25, 26 ) Very sincerely, J. A. BRYAN"
1909-06-09 20th Anniversary Rev. J.A. Bryan Montgomery Times
1909-06-16 America Inland Mission Presbyterian Standard
1909-06-23 North Alabama Summer Campaign Presbyterian Standard The Presbytery of North Alabama will conduct its usual summer campaign' through its Evangelistic Committee. The following assignments have been made by the committer Cv)nfirmed by Pi'esbvterv: Rev. I. F. Swallow Goodwater and Sylacauga; J. W. Clotfelter Unity; Frank Marston Wilson dlle
1909-06-23 North Alabama Summer Campaign Presbyterian Standard The Presbytery of North Alabama will conduct its usual summer campaign' through its Evangelistic Committee. The following assignments have been made by the committer Cv)nfirmed by Pi'esbvterv: Rev. I. F. Swallow, Goodwater and Sylacauga; J. W. Clotfelter, Unity; Frank Marston, Wilson dlle, Hartselle; H. C. Kegley, Jacksonville, Hatchet Creek; W. E. Hill, Collinville, Oxford; Francis Tappey, Limestone, Pell Mina; J. W. Caldwell, Lacon, Ebenezer (1); E. D. McDougall, Jasper; E. E. Patterson, Ebenezer (2) Wesebulga ; J. A. Bryan, Hardies Chapel, Attalla; J. G. Anderson, Carmel, Salem, Munford ; F. B. AYebb, Columbiana, Calera; V. P. Merrill, Midway, Piedmont; S. J. Foster, Montevalo; M. L. Pliillips, Madison; W. F. Trump, Carbon Hill; J. S. Park, Bethlehem; Geo. Lange, Mt. Pisgah, Guntersville, Anniston 2nd ; U. D. Mooney, Spi'iugville. The churches are expected to defray the expenses of the visiting brethren. Several meetings have already been held with fine results, and it is the earnest desire of the committee that the ministeis and churches lose no time in planning for their meetings.
1909-06-24 Program of the Synodical Institute Tuscaloosa News
1909-06-29 Sunday School Institute Organized Tuscaloosa News
1909-07-24 Returned from Tuskaloosa Meetings Birmingham News
1909-07-27 Services at Wylam Presbyterian Birmingham News
1909-08-02 Serivces At Wylam Birmingham News
1909-08-04 Tuscaloosa Meetings Presbyterian of the South Alpine
1909-08-04 Tuscaloosa Meetings Presbyterian of the South Alpine
1909-08-11 Tuscaloosa Presbyterian Standard Tuscaloosa.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, assisted Rev. R. B. McAlpine at the Second church in a series of evangelistic services lasting a Aveek. The meeting began Sundliy, Julv 17. The congres:ations at night were large and seemed deeplv interested in the preaching. There were seventeen confessions of faith; fourteen were baptized and received into the church. A large number of these were from the Sunday school.—P. of S.
1909-08-11 Tuscaloosa Presbyterian Standard Tuscaloosa.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, assisted Rev. R. B. McAlpine at the Second church in a series of evangelistic services lasting a Aveek. The meeting began Sundliy, Julv 17. The congres:ations at night were large and seemed deeplv interested in the preaching. There were seventeen confessions of faith; fourteen were baptized and received into the church. A large number of these were from the Sunday school.—P. of S.
1909-09-01 Church Extension Work Presbyterian Standard Church Extension Work in Birmingham District.—A few months ago the Church Extension Committee of the Birmingham district through its active superintendent Rev. J. A. Bryan of the Third church
1909-09-01 Church Extension Work Presbyterian Standard Church Extension Work in Birmingham District.—A few months ago, the Church Extension Committee of the Birmingham district through its active superintendent, Rev. J. A. Bryan, of the Third church, began an aggressive work in the way of planning for new churches, organizing mission Sunday schools and assisting struggling congregations. Eight new schools have already been established in growing sections of the district and several others are planned for the near future. The plan is to select a suitable location, and then if possible, to have the nearest church stand sponsor for the new mission. Several of our churches have already become responsible for one or more of these missions, while others are under the fostering care of the Committee. Several of these missions will in a little while develop into organized churches.
1909-09-18 Return From Reform Birmingham News
1909-09-21 Revival Services by Minor School at Palmer Terrace\, Ensley Birmingham News
1909-09-29 Reform Alabama meetings Presbyterian of the South Alpine
1909-09-29 Reform Alabama meetings Presbyterian of the South Alpine Rev. J.A. Bryan, of Birmingham, assisted Rev. R.B. McAlpine in a week's meeting in this place, beginning on Saturday Sept. 11, and closing the following Friday. The congregations were excellent and very attentive. The precious seed of the Word was sown in many hearts. There were four professions of faith and one baptism.
1909-10-06 Reform Presbyterian Standard Reform.—Rev. J. A. Brvan, of Birmingham, assisted Rev. R. B. MeAlpine in a week's meeting at this place, beginning on Saturday, September 11, and closing the following Friday. The congregations were excellent and very attentive. The precious seed of the Word was sown in many hearts. There were four professions of faith and one baptism.
1909-10-06 Reform Presbyterian Standard Reform.—Rev. J. A. Brvan, of Birmingham, assisted Rev. R. B. MeAlpine in a week's meeting at this place, beginning on Saturday, September 11, and closing the following Friday. The congregations were excellent and very attentive. The precious seed of the Word was sown in many hearts. There were four professions of faith and one baptism.
1909-10-27 Presbyterians Acted Two Years Ago Birmingham News North Alabama Presbytery votes on Prohibition, Bryan Moderator (with picture)
1909-10-28 Presbytery of North Alabama Convenes The Tennessean
1909-10-28 Work Among The Foreigners: Evangelization of the Hill Districts Also Discussed by the Presbyterians Birmingham News
1909-11-05 To Prefer Charges (Bryan Moderator Prohobition) Brevard News
1909-11-09 Many Leave for Synod Birmingham News
1909-11-11 Complaint Against Presbytery Charlotte Observer
1909-11-12 Presbyterians Are Strong For the Amendment Birmingham News Dr. Bryan of Birmingham, says it is the strongest declaration ever made by any church for temperance. It declares for the complete overthrow of the traffic and promises to use every legitimate means for its abolition.
1909-12-03 Mrs. Barnes Weds Daniel Cowan in Birmingham Gadsden Times
1909-12-31 New Years Services Birmingham News
1910-01-01 Church Organ
1910-01-01 The Earnest Workers Birmingham News
1910-01-03 Pastors Elect Slaton Secretary Birmingham News On Committee for Convention on Charities and Corrections
1910-01-05 Foreign Work in the Birmingham District Presbyterian Standard Foreign Work in the Birmingham District.—The mission is located at Ensley and the school is conducted day and night. There are three teachers. In the kindergarten department there are forty-five little foreigners being taught of Christ every day and the little children are much interested. Another grade has twenty-three boys and girls; they are beginning to sing in English What a' Friend We Have in Jesus, "Trust and Obey
1910-01-05 Foreign Work in the Birmingham District Presbyterian Standard Foreign Work in the Birmingham District.—The mission is located at Ensley, and the school is conducted day and night. There are three teachers. In the kindergarten, department there are forty-five little foreigners being taught of Christ every day and the little children are much interested. Another grade has twenty-three boys and girls; they are beginning to sing in English, "What a' Friend We Have in Jesus," "Trust and Obey," etc., and are also beginning to memorize Bible verses. Another grade with fifteen enrolled, is doing good work, being taught to pray. They have "Sabbath school" every day in the week except Saturday, having Sabbath afternoon and evening meetings. Let all who made promises at Synod for this cause send their offerings right away. We need badly a work at Bessemer among Italians. Send us a Christmas or New Year's gift for the work—from $1.00 up. J. A. Bryan.
1910-01-08 Presbyterians to Receive Dr. Scholl Birmingham News
1910-01-08 Prayer Services Birmingham News Daily at Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company
1910-01-20 Third To Present Horse and Buggy to Pastor Birmingham News From 25 Years ago 1935
1910-01-20 Fine Gift for Rev. J.A. Bryan Birmingham News
1910-01-21 Gift to Dr. Bryan a Public Appreciation Birmingham News Perhaps poker player
1910-01-27 Dr. J.A. Bryan Conducting A Meeting Here Tuscaloosa News Stillman Institute
1910-02-03 Fine Report Made of Street Railway Y.M.C.A. Birmingham News Holds services Thursday mornings and sometimes at midnight
1910-02-09 Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard Stillman Institute has just enjoyed a week of special services. Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, came and spent three days with us, preaching three times each day, and services were conducted hy the faculty and students for the remainder of the week. Bro. Bryan literally "knows nothingsave Jesus Christ and Him crucified," and his sermons were very helpful to both teachers and students as well as to a large number of visitors. The visible results of the meeting were that two of the students united with the Presbyterian church and one with the Baptist church, while six of the young men who had been halting between two opinions decided to enter the ministry. This gives us a total of twenty-five ministers and candidates, which is perhaps the largest number that has even been at the Institute at any one time, though the total number of students is not so large as last year or the year before. The fact that so many of our students decide for the ministry after entering school emphasizes the importance of keeping up a good Academic department. D. D. Little.
1910-02-09 Stillman Institute Presbyterian of the South
1910-02-09 Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard Stillman Institute has just enjoyed a week of special services. Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, came and spent three days with us, preaching three times each day, and services were conducted hy the faculty and students for the remainder of the week. Bro. Bryan literally "knows nothingsave Jesus Christ and Him crucified," and his sermons were very helpful to both teachers and students as well as to a large number of visitors. The visible results of the meeting were that two of the students united with the Presbyterian church and one with the Baptist church, while six of the young men who had been halting between two opinions decided to enter the ministry. This gives us a total of twenty-five ministers and candidates, which is perhaps the largest number that has even been at the Institute at any one time, though the total number of students is not so large as last year or the year before. The fact that so many of our students decide for the ministry after entering school emphasizes the importance of keeping up a good Academic department. D. D. Little.
1910-04-28 Division of North Alabama Presbytery Is Live Question Tuscaloosa News
1910-05-01 North Alabama Presbytery (Bryan Retiring moderator) Alabama Presbyterian
1910-05-05 Jaspar Gets It Guntersville Democrat May 16 General Assembly
1910-05-11 Commissioner to General Assembly Lewisburg Presbyterian Standard Commissioner to General Assembly
1910-05-18 The Synodical Commencement Sermon Our Mountain Home
1910-05-18 Commencement of Synodical College Presbyterian of the South
1910-05-24 Divorce Laws Debated The Baltimore Sun
1910-05-25 General Assembly Colored Evangelization Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan made an earnest appeal to make haste slowly lest the work for the negro be obstructed, 'and told a pathetic story of a negro that brought his father from the army and laid him down at his mother's feet in all fidelity. Do not take a backward step in the evangelization of the 10,000,000 negroes about us.
1910-05-25 Standing Committee of Evangelistic Work Presbyterian Standard Evangelistic Committee General Assembly
1910-05-25 General Assembly Colored Evangelization Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan made an earnest appeal to make haste slowly lest the work for the negro be obstructed, 'and told a pathetic story of a negro that brought his father from the army and laid him down at his mother's feet in all fidelity. Do not take a backward step in the evangelization of the 10,000,000 negroes about us.
1910-05-25 Presbyterian Standard
1910-06-01 General Assembly Home Missions Address Presbyterian Standard A collection was taken at the close for the work of Rev. J. A. Bryan among the foreigners about Birmingham which amounted to $128.50.
1910-06-01 Synodical College (Bryan preaches Baccalaureate) Alabama Presbyterian
1910-06-01 Central Presbyterian to Celebrate (Bryan speaks at celebration for Handley) Alabama Presbyterian
1910-06-01 Home Missions Day Presbyterian of the South
1910-06-01 Standing Committee of Evangelistic Work Presbyterian of the South
1910-06-01 General Assembly Devotional Excercises Presbyterian Standard
1910-06-01 General Assembly Home Missions Address Presbyterian Standard A collection was taken at the close for the work of Rev. J. A. Bryan among the foreigners about Birmingham, which amounted to $128.50.
1910-06-04 Has Been With Church for Twenty-One Years Birmingham News With Photo
1910-06-06 Twenty-First Year As Pastor Commemorated Birmingham News "The services, while of deep significance were simple to a marked degree. Dr. Bryan preached in his most earnest style, making a deep impression upon his hearers."
1910-06-08 Report on the Standing Committee On Evangelistic Work Presbyterian Standard
1910-06-13 Tribute Paid To Dead Conductors Birmingham News "Rev. J.A. Bryan led in prayer in which he invoked the Divine blessings upon the railroad employees. Mr. Bryan followed with an address in which he paid a high tribute to the conductors and spoke feelingly of their earnestness of purpose and consecration to duty."
1910-06-16 Could Establish Memorial Church To Dr. Handley Birmingham News Bryan proposes establishing a memorial church in Handley's honor, and beautifully says, that "Dr. Handley had a monument in the hearts of the people that would live forever but that the popular appreciation of his labors in behalf of the religious progress of the community should find expression in some substantial form and he knew of no more elequent testimonial than the erection of a temple where the word of God would be expounded long after he had gone to his reward."
1910-06-17 Midnight Meeting Friday Birmingham News YMCA
1910-06-22 Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan reported that as an evangelist he had organized a Second Presbyterian Church at Ensley.
1910-06-24 Newsies Asked To Hear Sermon Birmingham News
1910-06-27 Service for Newsboys Birmingham News 25 years ago
1910-07-01 The Handley Anniversary Alabama Presbyterian
1910-07-01 Boligee Revival Services Alabama Presbyterian
1910-07-01 Superintendant of Church Extension Founding of Ensley Church Alabama Presbyterian
1910-07-02 Services for Printers at Third Presbyterian Church Birmingham News
1910-07-06 Presbyterian Standard Centreville.—At a meeting of North Alabama Presbytery on June 14th the pastoral relation between Rev. H. C. Kegley and Ensley church was dissolved. Mr. Kegley will take charge of the Decatur
1910-07-06 Presbyterian Standard Centreville.—At a meeting of North Alabama Presbytery, on June 14th, the pastoral relation between Rev. H. C. Kegley and Ensley church was dissolved. Mr. Kegley will take charge of the Decatur, Ala., church. Rev. J. A. Bryan reported that he had organized a second Presbyterian church at Ensley. Rev. M. L. Phillips was dismissed to the Presbytery of Central Mississippi. W. I. Sinnott, S. C.
1910-07-13 Presbyterian Standard Rev. W. C. Clark D.D. has recently been assisted by Rev. J. A. Bryan of Birmingham
1910-07-13 Presbyterian Standard Rev. W. C. Clark, D.D., has recently been assisted by Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, in a series of Revival Meetings at Boligee.
1910-08-06 Presbyterian Standard Quite a number of the Birmingham pastors will be out of the city during the month of August. Dr. Plunket will speild his vacation at Monteagle and in North Carolina where he will take part in the sesqui-centennial celebration of the old Steele Creek Church in Mecklenburg Coun^. Dr. Foster of the First Church will spend the first and second Sundays in August in preaching for the First Church
1910-08-06 Presbyterian Standard Quite a number of the Birmingham pastors will be out of the city during the month of August. Dr. Plunket will speild his vacation at Monteagle and in North Carolina, where he will take part in the sesqui-centennial celebration of the old Steele Creek Church in Mecklenburg Coun^. Dr. Foster, of the First Church, will spend the first and second Sundays in August in preaching for the First Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Later he will be at Montreat and Virginia Beach, Dr. Mooney, of the Second Church, is in St. Louis, and Dr. Caldwell, of the Woodlawn Church, will spend the month with friends in Mississippi. Rev. J. A. Bryan will be at Montreat in the interest of the Italian Mission. Dr. Handley expects to spend the greater part of the month in New York. —Alabama Presbyterian.
1910-08-06 Returns from Moncrief Missionary Conference Birmingham News Montreat?
1910-08-10 Protracted Meetings Tuscaloosa News
1910-08-14 Presbyterian Revival Closes Tuscaloosa News
1910-08-18 Bryan Conducts Special Railroad Men's Service Birmingham News
1910-08-25 Revival at Fayette Fayette Banner
1910-08-27 Street Car Men Will Have Special Service Birmingham News
1910-08-31 Home Missions Conference Montreat Presbyterian Standard These facts were further impressed upon us in an earnest address by Rev. Jas. A. Bryan, one of our faithful and zealous, missionaries in the Birmingham District, who for twenty years has been earing for the neglected and ministering to the poor and outcast; and through whose ministry it is said about 1,700 names have been added to our Church There are gathered now in the district in which he labors over 15,000 foreigners, for the most part ignorant and godless, and without hope. Who can compute the influence, blessedness and comforting power of such a ministry?
1910-08-31 Home Missions Conference Montreat Presbyterian Standard These facts were further impressed upon us in an earnest address by Rev. Jas. A. Bryan, one of our faithful and zealous, missionaries in the Birmingham District, who for twenty years has been earing for the neglected and ministering to the poor and outcast; and through whose ministry it is said about 1,700 names have been added to our Church There are gathered now in the district in which he labors over 15,000 foreigners, for the most part ignorant and godless, and without hope. Who can compute the influence, blessedness and comforting power of such a ministry?
1910-08-31 Presbyterian Standard
1910-09-03 Shorter\, Alabama Services Birmingham News
1910-09-28 Calibee Presbyterian Standard Calebee.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, came to us at Calebee on Monday after the fourth Sabbath in August. _ A number of church members signified their desire to live closer to Christ. There were four accessions on profession of faith. Three children were dedicated in baptism. Rev. Jas. W. Marshall, pastor of Downs and Calebee churches, has accepted the call of the Highland Park church, Montgomery, Ala., subject to the action of Presbytery. If nothing hinders he will begin work here about October 1.—C. 0.
1910-09-28 Calibee Presbyterian Standard Calebee.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, came to us at Calebee on Monday after the fourth Sabbath in August. _ A number of church members signified their desire to live closer to Christ. There were four accessions on profession of faith. Three children were dedicated in baptism. Rev. Jas. W. Marshall, pastor of Downs and Calebee churches, has accepted the call of the Highland Park church, Montgomery, Ala., subject to the action of Presbytery. If nothing hinders he will begin work here about October 1.—C. 0.
1910-09-30 Prayer Services at First Presbyterian Birmingham News
1910-10-01 Services at First Presbyterian Birmingham News Services at 4 and 7:30
1910-10-19 Hopewell NC Presbyterian Standard
1910-10-19 Hopewell\, NC Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, Ala., is assisting Rev. W. A. Daniel in a protracted meeting this week at Hopewell.
1910-10-19 Tri-Daily Services Charlotte Observer
1910-11-02 Hopewell\, NC Presbyterian Standard Hopewell—Mecklenburg Presbytery.—The splendid meeting recently held in this church was a great inspiration to the entire community. The pastor Rev. W. A. Daniel was assisted by Rev. J. A. Bryan
1910-11-02 Hopewell\, NC Presbyterian Standard Hopewell—Mecklenburg Presbytery.—The splendid meeting recently held in this church was a great inspiration to the entire community. The pastor, Rev. W. A. Daniel, was assisted by Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham. Ala. Rev. Mr. Bryan preached with great earnestness and power. As a result of the meeting thirty-six members were added to the church, thirty-two on profession of faith and four by letter.
1910-11-02 Special Services for Veterans Next Sunday Birmingham News
1910-11-07 Services at Palmer Chapel Birmingham News
1910-11-12 Special Sermon for Maccabees Sunday Birmingham News
1910-11-17 Proceedings of the Synod Tuscaloosa News
1910-11-24 Annual Session Cullman Tribune
1910-12-01 Joint Statement on Handley's Death Alabama Presbyterian
1910-12-01 Revival services in Red Springs Alabama Presbyterian NC
1910-12-01 Revival services in Red Springs\, NC Alabama Presbyterian
1910-12-01 Advertisement for Third Presbyterian and Service Times Alabama Presbyterian
1910-12-04 Training School To Open Sunday Birmingham News Gives address Opening of Birmingham Sunday School Association
1910-12-05 Memorial Service Held for Handley Birmingham News Describes Bryan's tribute to Handley at Sunday School Association opening
1910-12-24 Christmas Tree Held For Firemen Birmingham News Christmas Tree at City Hall, gives address
1910-12-26 Reception at Third Presbyterian Church Birmingham News There will be a reception In the lee ture room of the Third Presbyterian church, corner of Avenue G and Twenty-second street, Wednesday, December 28, from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m., for the members of the Birmingham police department, Birmingham fire department, the street car conductors, motormon and shop force, printers, barbers, and their families. Delightful refreshments Will be sorted, and tho room will be prettily decorated in the Chilstmas greens.
1910-12-27 Third Presbyterian To Have All Day Session Birmingham News 9AM to 10 PM, apparently 700 visited
1910-12-28 December 28 1910 all day reception
1910-12-28 December 28\, 1910 all day reception\, has 700 visit
1911-01-01 The Foreigner in the Birmingham District by J.A. Bryan Alabama Presbyterian
1911-01-01 Rev. W.W. Wolfe Pratt City Pastor Alabama Presbyterian
1911-01-11 Splendid Strides Are Made By Union Birmingham News Christian Endeavor held at Third
1911-02-01 Bay Minnette Services Alabama Presbyterian
1911-02-12 Bay Minnette Revival Closes The Montgomery Advertiser
1911-02-18 Presbyterian Mission for Italian Children Birmingham News
1911-03-04 Revival Services Begin Times Democrat New Orleans
1911-03-06 Revival Services Begin Times Democrat New Orleans
1911-04-06 Pay off Third Presbyterian Church Debt Birmingham News
1911-04-12 Birmingham Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—Third Church.—Rev. J. A. Bryan still pursues his indefatigable labors, in his own church, in mission centers, in fire stations and car sheds. He generally preaches about fifteen times a week. He has a horse and buggy recently given him. The man who started the subscription, not a member of the church, said he did it because "Mr. Bryan was making it harder for the devil than any man in Birmingham."—P. of S.
1911-04-12 Birmingham Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—Third Church.—Rev. J. A. Bryan still pursues his indefatigable labors, in his own church, in mission centers, in fire stations and car sheds. He generally preaches about fifteen times a week. He has a horse and buggy recently given him. The man who started the subscription, not a member of the church, said he did it because "Mr. Bryan was making it harder for the devil than any man in Birmingham."—P. of S.
1911-04-17 Higher Christian Life Is Outlined: Impressive Sermon Delivered By Rev. J.A. Bryan at Third Presbyterian Church Birmingham News Partial Transcript of Bryan Sermon
1911-05-01 Strong Appeal Is Made For Helpless Birmingham News Partial Transcript of message by Bryan "Oh for such a spirit now! Let us fold to our hearts our needy helpless, the sick, the robbed, beaten, bruised fellow man. Luke writes of the Christ as the compassionate one. He describes his low birth, so humble, and as a man walking about hunting the people who are lost to the world on the cold mountainside of sin."
1911-05-15 Man Cannot Live Alone From World Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan
1911-05-29 Dr. Bryan Explains What Salvation Is Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan, includes Discussion of Seek to Save The Lost, and "Some of you have come to Birmingham as..."
1911-06-02 Bryan's Anniversary as Pastor To Be Observed Birmingham News
1911-06-05 Pastor's Anniversary Celebrated on Sunday Birmingham News
1911-06-12 Columbus Knights Thank Ministers Birmingham News Bryan was praised for his stance against an Assembly proposal which condemned President Taft for appointing a Catholic to the Supreme Court
1911-06-24 Returning from Charlotte Birmingham News
1911-06-28 Foreign Work in Birmingham Our Mountain Home
1911-06-29 Dr. Bryan Will Preach To Commercial Travelers Birmingham News
1911-07-03 Consecrated Life\, Is Theme of Pastor Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan
1911-07-05 North Charlotte Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham. Ala., preached at North Charlotte last week. Owing to pressure of other work, he was only able to remain four days. The meetings were interesting and well attended. Twelve members were received by certificate and twelve by letter. Brother Bryan expects to visit Charlotte again in Auguist and hold meetings at Groveton. He is an earnest and efficient Evangelist, and will do gowd wherever he goes.
1911-07-05 North Charlotte Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham. Ala., preached at North Charlotte last week. Owing to pressure of other work, he was only able to remain four days. The meetings were interesting and well attended. Twelve members were received by certificate and twelve by letter. Brother Bryan expects to visit Charlotte again in Auguist and hold meetings at Groveton. He is an earnest and efficient Evangelist, and will do gowd wherever he goes.
1911-07-17 Dr. Bryan Preached on Faith in Christ Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan
1911-08-07 Selling Out Christ Dr. Bryan's Theme Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan
1911-08-12 Dr. Bryan Returns Birmingham News from Sumter County
1911-08-21 Church Thrives on Persecution Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan
1911-08-23 Robert H. Bradley Dead
1911-09-13 Oxford Services Presbyterian of the South
1911-10-04 Opening Session of Training School Is Most Auspicious Birmingham News Speaks on Soul Winning As Our Life Passion
1911-10-06 Largest Crowd Yet Is At Bible School Birmingham News Spoke "For More Workers Among the Foreigners, Negroes, the Poor, and the Neglected Rich in Our Midst"
1911-10-21 Dr. J.A. Bryan Preaches Strong Sermon on Home Mission Work in Mountains of Eastern Kentucky (perhaps 19111028) Birmingham News
1911-10-23 Dr. J.A. Bryan Preaches Strong Sermon on Home Mission Work in Mountains of Eastern Kentucky Birmingham News Partial Transcript of Sermon by Bryan
1911-10-23 Famous Feudist Joins Church At Big Meeting Montgomery Times Guerrant Soul Winners Society
1911-11-01 Pentecost at Puncheon Camp Presbyterian Standard Pentecost At Puncheon Camp.—We remember a good Methodist brother who prayed for Pentecost on the meeting, saying beaven was full of Pentecosts, if we had the Pentecostal faith and love and zeal of the little company in the Upper Room at Jerusalem. This is true. Well, the little Highland Church, on the Puncheon Camp, proved it last week when forty-seven persons, young and old, came into the Kingdom and all were baptized, and there was joy on Puncheon Camp and in Heaven. This was the results of months of faithful teaching in our school there, and one week's earnest preaching by Bro. Bryan, of Birmingham, Ala. And this in "Bloody Breathitt" County, where a few years ago there was no church or school, and nothing but sin and sorrow. Now there is a fine college of one hundred Highland youth and six splendid teachers. This 's one of the Soul Winners' Missions. "Behold what God hath wrought" by humble means.
1911-11-01 Pentecost at Puncheon Camp Presbyterian of the South
1911-11-01 Pentecost at Puncheon Camp Presbyterian Standard Pentecost At Puncheon Camp.—We remember a good Methodist brother who prayed for Pentecost on the meeting, saying beaven was full of Pentecosts, if we had the Pentecostal faith and love and zeal of the little company in the Upper Room at Jerusalem. This is true. Well, the little Highland Church, on the Puncheon Camp, proved it last week when forty-seven persons, young and old, came into the Kingdom and all were baptized, and there was joy on Puncheon Camp and in Heaven. This was the results of months of faithful teaching in our school there, and one week's earnest preaching by Bro. Bryan, of Birmingham, Ala. And this in "Bloody Breathitt" County, where a few years ago there was no church or school, and nothing but sin and sorrow. Now there is a fine college of one hundred Highland youth and six splendid teachers. This 's one of the Soul Winners' Missions. "Behold what God hath wrought" by humble means.
1911-11-30 Do All In Name of Lord\, Says Bryan Birmingham News Partial transcript of Sermon by Bryan for Thanksgiving
1911-12-16 To Compare Breathitt and Jefferson Counties Birmingham News
1911-12-18 Jefferson County Worse Than Breathitt--Bryan Birmingham News Partial Transcript of Sermon by Bryan
1911-12-26 Informal Reception Will Be Held At Church Birmingham News
1911-12-30 Presbyterians in the City Gave $60\,000 to Missions Birmingham News Later printed in Presbyterian of the South, 1912-02-21
1912-02-21 Third Church Presbyterian of the South Interesting note about continuing to work among the toilers
1912-02-21 Burial at Puncheon Camp Presbyterian of the South The even is from much earlier
1912-02-28 Birmingham Presbyterial Social Union Presbyterian Standard Birmingham.—One of the most vital and important meetings of the Presbyterial Social Union was held at the Second Church Tuesday February 13th the topic discussed being "Presbyterian Field Day" the different organizations and interests of the church being presented. Talks were made by Rev. T. P. Walton Mr. R. C. Booth Rev. H. C. Kegley Rev. J. A. Bryan and Rev. S. F. Swallow
1912-02-28 Montevallo Presbyterian of the South
1912-02-28 Birmingham Presbyterial Social Union Presbyterian Standard Birmingham.—One of the most vital and important meetings of the Presbyterial Social Union was held at the Second Church, Tuesday, February ]3th, the topic discussed being "Presbyterian Field Day," the different organizations and interests of the church being presented. Talks were made by Rev. T. P. Walton, Mr. R. C. Booth, Rev. H. C. Kegley, Rev. J. A. Bryan and Rev. S. F. Swallow, after wliich the ladies took matters in cliarge and served very delightful refreshments.
1912-03-01 Medical Students Regulars at Third Presbyterian Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-03-01 Remembrances of Rev. H.C. Dubose Gulf States Presbyterian D.D. by J.A. Bryan
1912-03-01 Remembrances of Rev. H.C. Dubose\, D.D. by J.A. Bryan Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-03-05 Men of Vine Street To Have Church Banquet Birmingham News
1912-03-08 Bryan Speaks at Men's Bureau Banquet on "The Presbyterian Man and Citizen" Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-03-08 Superintendant of Work Among Foreigners Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-03-08 Conference Bryan Attended but not mentioned (see article in Our Mountain Home) Atlanta Constitution
1912-03-20 Encounter with Bryan at Conference Our Mountain Home Brother Bryan' mentioned by name
1912-03-25 What Is Christ To You? Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan
1912-04-05 Snedecor Supply at Third Gulf States Presbyterian Bryan in Texas
1912-04-05 Snedecor Supply at Third\, Bryan in Texas Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-05-01 AMERICAN INLAND MISSION—FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOCIETY OF SOUL WINNERS. Presbyterian Standard Soul Winner's Society
1912-05-13 Sermon for Mother's Day Birmingham News Partial Transcript of Sermon by Bryan
1912-05-26 Eloquent Protest Against Return of Open Saloons Tuscaloosa News Bryan mentioned in speech
1912-05-31 Revival Begins Sunday at Presbyterian Church Decaturs Daily Note how they promote him
1912-06-01 Birmingham's Most Beloved Pastor and Oldest In Point Celebrates Close of His Twenty-Third Year's Work in City: Dean of Pastors Celebrates His 23rd Year Here Birmingham News
1912-06-01 Birmingham's Most Beloved Pastor and Oldest In Point Celebrates Close of His Twenty-Third Year's Work in City: Dean of Pastors Celebrates His 23rd Year Here Birmingham News Includes statistics of his work, church doing away with subscriptions, new picture
1912-06-03 Revival Services Will Begin This Evening Decaturs Daily
1912-06-03 Dr. Bryan Observes 23rd Anniversary Birmingham News Partial Transcript of sermon by Bryan
1912-06-04 Dr. J.A. Bryan Began His Week Revival Last Night Decaturs Daily
1912-06-07 Presbyterian Revival Growing In Interest Decaturs Daily
1912-06-08 Dr. Bryan's Meetings Begin To Bear Fruit Decaturs Daily
1912-06-10 Successful Revival Closed By Dr. Bryan Decaturs Daily
1912-06-20 Preaching Next Week Florala News
1912-06-27 Percy Brough Married in Birmingham Eutaw Whig and Observer
1912-06-29 Florala Meetings Birmingham News
1912-07-04 Revival Andalusia Star
1912-07-04 Preached Last Week Florala News
1912-07-05 Third Church Elders and Deacons election Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-07-10 Florala Meetings Presbyterian of the South
1912-07-17 Florala Presbyterian Standard Florala.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, has assisted the pastor of this church recently in a most helpful meeting. There were eight new members added to the church as a result, five of these being on profession of faith. The work has grown encouragingly since the present pastorate began last November, there having been in that time twentythree additions to the membership of the church.
1912-07-17 Conyers Group Presbyterian of the South
1912-07-17 Florala Presbyterian Standard Florala.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, has assisted the pastor of this church recently in a most helpful meeting. There were eight new members added to the church as a result, five of these being on profession of faith. The work has grown encouragingly since the present pastorate began last November, there having been in that time twentythree additions to the membership of the church.
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1912-07-18 Shocco Springs Missions Day Selma Times Journal
1912-07-19 Presbyterian Encampment Dothan Eagle
1912-07-26 Camp Meeting Near Conyers Atlanta Constitution
1912-07-27 Dr. Luckie and Berry Marry Montgomery Times
1912-08-01 Presbyeterian Encampment Florala News
1912-08-12 Dr. Bryan Talks Upon Abimelech Birmingham News Partial Transcript of Sermon by Bryan
1912-08-14 Smyrna Camp Meetings Presbyterian of the South
1912-08-19 Sermon for Dead Firemen Preached Birmingham News Partial Transcript of Sermon by Bryan
1912-08-20 Pitiable Case Reported At Tuberculosis Camp Birmingham News
1912-08-21 Smyrna Camp Meetings Presbyterian Standard Smyrna.—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, assisted Rev. John D. Keith in the Smyrna camp meeting. The services were loyally attended and the very best attention given to the preaching of the Word. Three services were held each day. Twenty-five j^ersons were received on profession of faith. Rev. John D. Keith, the faithful pastor, is being greatly blessed in his work in tiiis field, which comprises Conyers and Smyrna. Smyrna Camp Meeting.—Tlie annual canij) meeting whicii has been held here for forty-six years took place fi'om August 2nd to August 8th. We had the following group of workers: Revs. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, Ala.; Fritz Rauschenberg, of Atlanta, and the pastor, Jno. D. Keith, of Conyers, who did the preaching; Prof MORE, but not about Bryan
1912-08-28 Smyrna Presbyterian of the South 25 members added
1912-09-06 Vine Hill Meetings (no additions) Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-09-07 Rev. J.A. Bryan Will Hold Special Services Birmingham News Services at 6AM
1912-09-17 Personal Evangelism at Knoxville Presbytery Journal and Tribune Knoxville
1912-09-17 Personal Evangelism, Mission in the Mountains Knoxville Sentinel
1912-09-25 Presbytery of Knoxville Presbyterian Standard The Presbytery of Knoxville met in the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian church, Knoxville, Tenn., September 17, 1912, at 7:30 p. m., and was opened with a sermon by Rev. T. S. McCallie, from II Cor. 6:1. There were present 11 Ministers and 10 Ruling Elders. Organization: Rev. C. "W. Latham, Moderator, and Ruling Elder Hector Coffin, Temjiorary Clerk. Received: Rev. Charles R. Hyde, from the Presbytery of Arkansas. Courtesies: Rev. R. E. Fultz, of Presbytery oC Lexington; Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Presbytery of Noiih Alabama; Rev. J. B. Converse and Rev. J. S. Black, of Presbytery of Holston, and Rev. W. R. Dawson
1912-09-27 Million and a Half Campaign (Bryan speaks of immigrants and "Personal Evangelism" Knoxville Gulf States Presbyterian 1st of 86 meetings
1912-09-27 Million and a Half Campaign (Bryan speaks of immigrants and "Personal Evangelism" Knoxville\, 1st of 86 meetings Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-09-27 Speaker at First Presbyterial Conference Gulf States Presbyterian then to Kentucky
1912-09-27 Speaker at First Presbyterial Conference\, then to Kentucky Gulf States Presbyterian
1912-10-02 Campaign Conference Knoxville\, TN Presbyterian Standard Rev. Jas. A. Bryan, Birmingham, Ala., on AVednesday afternoon told about his work among the immigrants and laboring classes in Birmingham, and Wednesday night made a deep impression by his stiri'ing addre.ss on "Personal Evangelism."
1912-10-02 Campaign Conference Knoxville Presbyterian Standard
1912-10-02 Knoxille Presbytery Presbyterian of the South
1912-10-02 Bryan Speaks on Personal Evangelism Campaign Conference Knoxville Presbytery
1912-10-06 Tuburculosis Camps Birmingham News Photos of camps, Bryan holds service in Support
1912-10-09 Sholl brothers supply at Third Presbyterian of the South
1912-10-12 Woodlawn Installation Presbyterian of the South
1912-10-16 Memorial Services for All Deceased Birmingham Policemen Birmingham News
1912-10-20 Police Will Hear Dr. Bryan's Sermon Today Birmingham News
1912-10-23 Woodlawn Pastor Installed Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—Woodlawn.—On October 13th Rev. W. C. Clark D.D. Was installed pastor of this church. Rev. J. A. Bryan charged the pastor- and preached the sermon and Dr. J. G. Snedecor charged the people.
1912-10-23 Woodlawn Pastor Installed Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—Woodlawn.—On October 13th Rev. W. C. Clark, D.D., Was installed pastor of this church. Rev. J. A. Bryan charged the pastor- and preached the sermon, and Dr. J. G. Snedecor charged the people.
1912-10-27 Dr. Bryan Will Preach Birmingham News At Princess Theater Birmingham
1912-10-28 Gifts Sought For Mountain Camp Birmingham News "Neighbors Day" at Third Presbyterian to raise funds
1912-10-30 Installs new Woodlawn Pastor Presbyterian of the South
1912-11-15 Alabama Synod Marion TImes Standard
1912-11-15 Nursery Provided for Church-Goers At The Third Presbyterian Birmingham News trained nurse..."I have a baby" no longer excuse to skip church
1912-11-22 77th Session of Alabama Synod Marion TImes Standard
1912-12-01 Dr. Bryan Will Preach Birmingham News At Princess Theater
1912-12-01 25\,000 Red Cross Seals Have Been Put Out for Sale Birmingham News Anti-Tuberculosis, Bryan canvassing Negro organizations
1912-12-02 Evangelism\, Topic of Presbyterians Birmingham News Bryan on "Evangelism Conference"
1912-12-31 Three New Years' Services Birmingham News
1913-01-08 Evangelism Conference Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan. Pastor Third Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Ala.: "The Birming'ham Conference left a deep impress on the men Ave were able to get there. It was not in vain. The Lord was present. The more one thinks about and prays over the plan the better it becomes and the more he becomes interested."
1913-01-08 Evangelism and Stewardship (reflection on evangelism campaign) Presbyterian Standard
1913-01-08 Evangelism Conference Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Bryan. Pastor Third Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Ala.: "The Birming'ham Conference left a deep impress on the men Ave were able to get there. It was not in vain. The Lord was present. The more one thinks about and prays over the plan the better it becomes and the more he becomes interested."
1913-01-12 Presbyterians of North Alabama at Florence Birmingham News "The Rev. Mr. Bryan, of Birmingham, whose eminent success in that line during a pastorate of 23 years in one church entitles him to speak with authority, addressed the conference Thursday evening on "Saving Souls to Jesus."
1913-01-15 Behold What God Hath Wrought Presbyterian of the South
1913-01-15 Behold What God Hath Wrought Presbyterian Standard
1913-01-15 Behold What Hath God Wrought by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1913-01-16 Presbyterians Meet Tonight Montgomery Times
1913-01-18 Presbyterian Conference Is Brought To A Close Montgomery Times
1913-01-26 Meeting For Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa News
1913-01-28 Conference at 1st Presbyterian Tuscaloosa News
1913-01-29 Conference on Evangelism Tuscaloosa News
1913-01-31 Conference on Evangelism and Stewardship Came To A Close Wednesday Night Tuscaloosa Times-Gazette
1913-02-02 Return from Selma Birmingham News
1913-02-12 Fruitful Service Presbyterian of the South Evangelism and Stewardship Conference Tuscaloosa
1913-02-14 Meetings Postponed Marion TImes Standard
1913-02-16 Great Enthusiasm Aroused At Lunch for Business Men Birmingham News Includes address by Bryan
1913-02-19 Tuscaloosa Conference on Evangelism Presbyterian Standard Tuscaloosa.—The conference rn Evangelism and Stewardship for the Northwestern End of Tuscaloosa Presbytery was held in the First church of this place January 28-29. The leader of the conference. Rev. W. E. Hudson was ably assisted by Revs. J. A. Bryan R. E. Bell J. W. Walden and C. M. Boyd July 17. The congregations at night were large and seemed deeply interested in the preaching. There were seventeen confessions of faith; fourteen were baptized and received into the church. A large number of these were from the Sunday school.
1913-02-19 Tuscaloosa Conference on Evangelism Presbyterian Standard Tuscaloosa.—The conference rn Evangelism and Stewardship for the Northwestern End of Tuscaloosa Presbytery was held in the First church of this place January 28-29. The leader of the conference. Rev. W. E. Hudson, was ably assisted by Revs. J. A. Bryan, R. E. Bell, J. W. Walden and C. M. Boyd, each of whom brought an inspiring and helpful message. At the close of the conference Mr. Hudson made an address on our Mountain Missions, which was. very informing in regard to this great and important work.
1913-03-19 Brief Items of Interest in City Fort Worth Star Telegram List of meetings throughout town
1913-03-23 Alabama Preacher Is Aiding Dr. Caldwell Fort Worth Star Telegram
1913-03-23 Sunshine Mission Fort Worth Star Telegram
1913-03-25 Rev. J.A. Bryan Will Speak To Children Fort Worth Record-Telegram
1913-04-03 Meetings at Handley\, and note about return from Fort Worth Gulf States Presbyterian
1913-04-03 Fort Worth Meetings Gulf States Presbyterian
1913-04-03 Meetings at Handley Gulf States Presbyterian and note about return from Fort Worth
1913-04-06 Church Notes Fort Worth Star Telegram 20 Added to Fort Worth Church
1913-04-08 Death Decaturs Daily
1913-04-28 Fire Alarm Breaks into Sunday Sermon Birmingham News
1913-04-30 News from Nacoochee Presbyterian Standard
1913-04-30 News from Nacoochee Presbyterian Standard News from Nacoochee
1913-05-07 Nacoochee Presbyterian of the South
1913-05-31 Christian Endeavor Celebrates Bryan's 24th Year Birmingham News
1913-06-01 Dr. Bryan's 24th Year Birmingham News
1913-06-05 Mount Pleasant Gulf States Presbyterian TN
1913-06-05 Mount Pleasant\, TN Gulf States Presbyterian
1913-06-11 Montreat Summer Conferences Presbyterian Standard Home Mission Conference August 6-10. Rev. Homer McMillan D.D. is in charge of the program. He has already booked the following speakers: Rev. T. M. Hunter. D.D.
1913-06-11 We Must Sow Faster by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1913-06-11 We Must Sow Faster by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1913-06-11 Montreat Summer Conferences Presbyterian Standard Home Mission Conference, August 6-10. Rev. Homer McMillan, D.D., is in charge of the program. He has already booked the following speakers: Rev. T. M. Hunter. D.D., Baton Rouge, La.; Rev. J. A. Bryan, Birmingham; Rev. F. E. Clark, of Virginia; Rev. William Crowe, D.D., of Memphis; Rev. A. A. Little, D.D., of Atlanta; Rev. A. M. Eraser, D.D., of Staunton; Rev. Thornton Whaling, D.D., of Columbia, and Dr. C. G. Crooks, of Danville, Ky. Dr. W. M. McPheeters will be in charge of the Bible hour.
1913-06-18 Mt Pleasant services Presbyterian of the South Tennessee
1913-06-18 Mt Pleasant services\, Tennessee Presbyterian of the South
1913-06-18 Rev. J.A. Bryan Is A Live Wire Minister Marion Times Standard
1913-06-29 Returns from Kentucky Birmingham News
1913-07-02 Montreat Meeting to Open Sunday Charlotte Observer
1913-07-09 We Must Sow Faster by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian of the South
1913-07-09 Samuel Blackwell To Deliver Address Birmingham News Confederate Reunion
1913-07-10 Evangelistic Work in North Alabama Presbytery Gulf States Presbyterian
1913-07-10 Religious Services (Spout Springs) Southern Sentinel
1913-07-30 Spout Springs Presbyterian of the South
1913-07-30 Report on Ripley Presbyterian Standard
1913-07-30 page 2 Presbyterian Standard
1913-08-09 Returns from Montreat\, NC Birmingham News
1913-08-10 Plans Completed for U.C.V. Picnic Birmingham News Confederate Veteran Reunion, Invocation and Benediction
1913-08-26 Cornerstone To Be Laid Tuesday Birmingham News Hillman Hospital
1913-08-27 Presbyterian Standard
1913-08-27 Report on Home Missions Conference Presbyterian Standard Work among immigrants
1913-08-27 Ceremony Postponed Birmingham News Hillman Hospital
1913-08-29 Hospital Cornerstone To Be Laid Tomorrow Birmingham News Hillman Hospital
1913-08-30 Laying of Cornerstone Will Take Place Today Birmingham News Hillman Hospital
1913-08-31 Cornerstone of Hospital Wing Is Formally Laid Birmingham News Bryan "who for some years has been a constant caller at the hospital, was next introduced, and he made a touching address."
1913-09-03 Conference on Home Missions Presbyterian of the South August 6 through 10th speaks on Immigration At the meeting, speeches were made concerning "pathetic figures in their religious destitution, and yet presenting a sharp menace to our ideals and institutions." Bryan "made a most earnest appeal for their [the immigrants of the South] evangelization; a plea largely based on his own experience and observation in that cosmopolitan town."
1913-09-03 Conference on Home Missions Presbyterian of the South August 6 through 10th speaks on Immigration At the meeting, speeches were made concerning "pathetic figures in their religious destitution, and yet presenting a sharp menace to our ideals and institutions." Bryan "made a most earnest appeal for their [the immigrants of the South] evangelization; a plea largely based on his own experience and observation in that cosmopolitan town."
1913-09-03 The South A Mission Field by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1913-09-04 Dr. Mooney Will Make Address At Fairfield Birmingham News Groundbreaking for Plunkett Memorial Church
1913-09-08 Preacher Stands on Fire Engine To Marry Couple Birmingham News
1913-09-10 Ground Is Broken For Plunket Memorial Birmingham News Bryan "conducted the prayer, scriptural and vocal features of the ceremonies."
1913-09-17 Plunkett Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Standard
1913-10-22 A Great Transformation by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1913-10-22 A Great Transformation by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard Heidelburg, KY
1913-10-29 Live Wire Business Men Are Told of Dispensary Needs Birmingham News
1913-11-02 Attendance at Bible School Shows Growth Birmingham News Held at Third
1913-12-07 Returned from Columbia\, SC Birmingham News
1913-12-10 The Piano At Last Presbyterian Standard Bryan prays for a cow and a piano in Kentucky
1913-12-10 Columbia Seminary Presbyterian of the South
1913-12-17 A Piano At Last Presbyterian of the South
1914-01-13 Speak at Prayer Service Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Times-Gazette
1914-01-14 Rev. Bryan To Speak Tuscaloosa News
1914-03-01 Revival Services Birmingham News Pratt City Presbyterian Church
1914-03-05 Fruit for Christ in the Cumberlands by J.A. Bryan Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-03-11 Every Member Canvass Presbyterian Standard Many churches have already notified Headquarters of the Assembly's Campaign on Evangelism and Stewardship that they would during March conduct an Every Member Canvass for Beneficences. Among these are the following churches with name of their pastor in every Synod: Synod of Alabama—Birmingham 3rd J. A. Bryan; Trinity
1914-03-11 Fruit for Christ in The Cumberland by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1914-03-11 Every Member Canvass Presbyterian Standard Many churches have already notified Headquarters of the Assembly's Campaign on Evangelism and Stewardship that they would during March conduct an Every Member Canvass for Beneficences. Among these are the following churches, with name of their pastor, in every Synod: Synod of Alabama—Birmingham 3rd, J. A. Bryan; Trinity, Montgomery. Wm. 0. Neilson; Montgomery 1st (col), I. C. H. Champney; Eufaula, D. J. Blackwell; Providence and Bethel, H. L. Sneed; Wetumpka, Good Hope and Benton, J. E. McJi;nkin ; Greensboro and Newbern, D. W. Hollingsworth.
1914-03-18 Every Member Canvass Presbyterian of the South
1914-03-21 Called to [South] Carolina for Dying Mother Birmingham News
1914-03-25 Missionary Ridge Presbyterian of the South Chattanooga
1914-03-25 Missionary Ridge\, Chattanooga Presbyterian of the South
1914-03-25 Missionary Ridge Chattanooga Presbyterian Standard See reasons for success of meetings personal work
1914-03-25 Mrs. Mary Bryan Birmingham News
1914-03-27 Mrs. M.M. Bryan Dead Gastonia Gazette mother's obituary
1914-03-28 Rev. Dr. Bryan Returns Birmingham News
1914-04-01 Services Our Mountain Home
1914-04-04 Return from Talladega Birmingham News
1914-04-10 Prayer Meeting To Be Held Birmingham News Easter Sunrise service
1914-04-15 Talladega and Italian Presbyterian of the South
1914-04-15 Talladega Presbyterian Standard see how they respond
1914-04-15 Presbytery Talks Extension of Work Birmingham News Leads Devotionals at North Alabama Presybtery
1914-05-06 Conference on Systemic Benefices Presbyterian of the South
1914-05-21 Eufala Meetings Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-06-03 Eufala Meetings Presbyterian of the South
1914-06-03 Rev. J.A. Bryan Is Robbed of Watch Given Him By Church Birmingham News
1914-06-06 Dr. J.A. Bryan Given New Gold Watch Birmingham News
1914-06-06 Beloved Pastor To Celebrate Anniversary Birmingham News
1914-06-07 Rev. Bryan To Celebrate 25th Year As Pastor of Third Presbyterian Today Age Herald
1914-06-07 Church Program program BB schedule
1914-06-07 A Just Tribute To A Man of the People Age Herald
1914-06-08 Twenty-Five Years Pastor of Church The Tennessean
1914-06-10 Troy Meetings Presbyterian of the South
1914-06-11 Notice of 25th Anniversary Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-06-12 Presbyterian Meeting Alexandria City Outlook
1914-06-24 Why I Go To Church Presbyterian Standard Not written by Bryan but sent in by him
1914-06-24 Celebrate 25 years Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—The Third church has just celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. J. A. Bryan who is greatly beloved in the State and city.
1914-06-24 Twenty-fifth Anniversary Presbyterian of the South
1914-06-24 Why I Go To Church Presbyterian Standard Not written by Bryan, but sent in by him
1914-06-24 Celebrate 25 years Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—The Third church has just celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. J. A. Bryan, who is greatly beloved in the State and city.
1914-07-01 A Scholar Presbyterian Standard Preacher and Missionary An Appreciation of Rev. J.A. Bryan
1914-07-01 A Scholar\, Preacher and Missionary An Appreciation of Rev. J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard From Birmingham News
1914-07-12 The Pastor's Wife: How The Brave Helpmeets of Birmingham Ministers View The Duties of Their Positions: Mrs. James A. Bryan Birmingham News Interview of Leonora Bryan
1914-07-17 Rev. J.A. Bryan Brevard News
1914-07-17 Dr. Bryan Will Speak Birmingham News Camp Hardee, Confederate Vets, minutes of these meetings are held at the University of Alabama
1914-07-19 Baltimore Party To Be Entertained During Stay Here Birmingham News At Camp Hardee meeting: "Rev. J.A. Bryan, of the Third Presbyterian Church, made an impressive address at the meeting Saturday, his subject being, "Jesus Christ, the Son of God.""
1914-07-24 Revival Services Brevard News
1914-07-30 Brevard\, NC Services Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-07-30 Brevard Gulf States Presbyterian NC Services
1914-07-31 Revival Services Brevard News
1914-08-02 Church Missions Doing Practical Work Among Aliens Birmingham News "Dr. Bryan who has spent much of his useful life in promoting the welfare of the immigrants in the mill district, is the vital force behind the movement [for a settlement house]." // "But men and women with great visions and broad minds, with hearts inspired by the call of humanity, men like Dr. Bryan and his devoted assistants, have determined that the good qualities of these people shall have a chance of expansion and self-expression. They show their determination by going down among these people, working and living with them and inspiring them to the ideals of true Americanism. As Dr. Bryan has so well expressed it, "We want to make them love their neighbors and help each other." This after all, is the epitome of all higher civilization." // "By teaching these men and women the dignity of labor, the beauty of honest lives, and by showing them that their American neighbors are interested in their welfare, the social workers hope to produce a sense of community pride which will make them models for other settlements in this section of the country."
1914-08-28 To Take Charge of Mission Birmingham News E.V. Craig
1914-08-30 Brighton Sunday Service Birmingham News
1914-09-03 Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-09-03 Twenty-Fifth Anniversary\, Third Presbyterian Church\, Birmingham\, Ala. Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-09-17 Extensive Plans Are Outlined for Y.M.C.A.'s Work Birmingham News Teaches class on "Personal Work"
1914-09-23 Ringgold Ga meetings Presbyterian of the South
1914-10-04 Exercises Will Be Held on Mountain Sunday Afternoon Birmingham News Tuberculosis Sanitorium dedication
1914-10-07 Rev. J.D. Mooney Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-10-07 Easley South Carolina revival Presbyterian Standard
1914-10-19 Bible Study Classes Are To Be Organized Birmingham News YMCA
1914-11-01 County Teachers To Meet Saturday Birmingham News Bryan speaks on "Teacher's Responsibility for the Moral Training of the Child"
1914-11-04 Auburn services Gulf States Presbyterian
1914-11-04 Stuart Robinson Memorial College by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard See Newspaper clip from 19141010 school had just been founded
1914-11-08 Sunday Schools of South Side to Meet on Sunday Birmingham News Gives Invocation
1914-11-09 Synod Will Meet Here This Week Birmingham News
1914-11-09 Synod Will Meet Here This Week Birmingham News
1914-11-11 Rev. Bryan Chosen Moderator of Synod of Alabama Birmingham Age Herald
1914-11-11 Prominent Figures at Presbyterian Synod In Session This Week at South Highlands Birmingham News (with Photo)
1914-11-11 Anniston College Is Out of Debt and In Good Condition Birmingham News
1914-11-11 Prominent Figures at Presbyterian Synod In Session This Week at South Highlands Birmingham News (With Photo)
1914-11-11 Moderator Synod of Alabama
1914-11-11 Rev Bryan Chosen Moderator of the Synod of Alabama Birmingham Age Herald
1914-11-11 Anniston College Is Out of Debt and In Good Condition Birmingham News
1914-11-12 Anniston College Reports to Synod (Bryan\, moderator\, called very popular in synod) The Montgomery Advertiser
1914-11-12 Anniston College Reports to Synod The Montgomery Advertiser (Bryan moderator called very popular in synod)
1914-11-12 Synods Will Both Adjourn Tonight Birmingham Age Herald
1914-11-12 Revival Meeting Staunton Daily Leader Virginia
1914-11-12 Synods Will Both Adjourn Tonight Birmingham Age Herald
1914-11-13 Two Synods Having Busy Sessions Daily In Birmingham (Bryan Elected as Moderator) Montgomery Times
1914-11-13 Alabama Synod Meets Next Year in Centerville Birmingham Age Herald Dr. J.A. Bryan, moderator, is a great believer in songs of praise and prayer, and either a song or a prayer filled the intervals between every talk make yesterday afternoon. Alabama State Evangelist Controversy
1914-11-13 Alabama Synod Meets Next Year In Centerville Birmingham Age Herald "Dr. J.A. Bryan, moderator, is a great believer in songs of praise and prayer, and either a song or a prayer filled the intervals between every talk make yesterday afternoon." State Evangelist Controversy
1914-11-14 Two Synods Close Their Sessions (Discusses heated debates on evangelism) Montgomery Times
1914-12-01 Presbyterian Revival Waynesboro Staunton Daily Leader Virginia
1914-12-10 Meeting Closes Staunton Daily Leader Virginia
1914-12-15 51 Taken Into Church Staunton Daily Leader Virginia Look for Christian Observer Article
1914-12-15 51 Taken Into Church Staunton Daily Leader Virginia
1914-12-23 Waynesboro Presbyterian of the South
1915-01-06 The Stuart Robinson Memorial College by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian of the South
1915-01-15 Presbyterian Meetings Opp Messenger
1915-01-22 Protracted Meeting Opp Messenger
1915-01-22 Presbyterian Meetings Opp Messenger
1915-01-22 Presbyterian Meetings Opp Messenger
1915-02-11 T.E. Lappage Dies Franklin County Times
1915-02-17 The Day and Week of Prayer for Colleges Presbyterian of the South
1915-02-17 Home Missions--North Alabama Presbytery by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1915-02-17 Presbyterian Standard
1915-02-17 Day and Week of Prayer for Our Colleges Presbyterian Standard Speaks at Presbyterian College Anniston
1915-03-07 Mothers' Pension Club Asks Pension for Second Family Birmingham News Advisory Board
1915-03-10 Memphis Presbyterian Standard Memphis—Beginning March 21 the Presbyterian churches of Memphis will hold simultaneous meetings. Rev. Jas. I. Vance of Nashville; Rev. J. A. Bryan of Birmingham
1915-03-10 Memphis Presbyterian Standard Memphis—Beginning March 21, the Presbyterian churches of Memphis will hold simultaneous meetings. Rev. Jas. I. Vance, of Nashville; Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, and Rev. A. S. Johnson, of 'Jackson, Tenn., will assist in three of the churches.
1915-04-14 Simultaneous Memphis Meetings Presbyterian of the South
1915-04-21 Revival Services At Presbyterian Church Mountain Eagle
1915-05-05 Jasper Presbyterian of the South
1915-05-15 East Lake Presbyterian Revival Services Birmingham News
1915-05-15 The Mothers' Pension Club Is In Need of Assistance Birmingham News
1915-05-19 NC The Dispatch Lexington Revival Services
1915-05-19 Revival Services The Dispatch Lexington, NC
1915-05-21 Presbyterians Discuss Church Attitude on National Prohibition Charlotte News
1915-05-22 General Assembly Gets Down to Routine Work in Second Day of Meeting Newport Daily Press
1915-05-22 Prohibition Stirs General Assembly (Bryan on Evangelism) Atlanta Constitution
1915-05-22 Prohibition Stirs General Assembly (Bryan on Evangelism... Symposium on Evangelism) Atlanta Constitution
1915-05-22 Symposium on Evangelism at Assembly Knoxville Sentinel
1915-05-26 Presbyterian Standard
1915-05-26 Sayings and Doings of the General Assembly Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Brvan, of Birmingham, Ala., spoke on "The Pastor as a Volunteer Evangelist." Mr. Bryan has a seraphic face and a character to match his face, and he is honored throughout the Church for his earnest piety and great success in soul winning. He has taken time from his regular work as pastor to labor as a "volunteer evangelist," and as the result of his work he has added to the church 242 souls. It would be impossible to describe his delivery. We can only say that in physical contortions of the body and face, while speaking, he is a close second to Billy Sunday. Yet no one thinks of these peculiarities while he speaks. They are carried away with the burning earnestness of the man.
1915-05-26 General Assembly "Pastor as Volunteer Evangelist" Presbyterian of the South
1915-05-26 Sayings and Doings of the General Assembly Presbyterian Standard Rev. J. A. Brvan, of Birmingham, Ala., spoke on "The Pastor as a Volunteer Evangelist." Mr. Bryan has a seraphic face and a character to match his face, and he is honored throughout the Church for his earnest piety and great success in soul winning. He has taken time from his regular work as pastor to labor as a "volunteer evangelist," and as the result of his work he has added to the church 242 souls. It would be impossible to describe his delivery. We can only say that in physical contortions of the body and face, while speaking, he is a close second to Billy Sunday. Yet no one thinks of these peculiarities while he speaks. They are carried away with the burning earnestness of the man.
1915-05-26 Presbyterian Standard
1915-05-26 Presbyterian Standard
1915-05-27 Work Will Begin At Once To Build Free Dispensary Birmingham News Rev. J. A- Bryan made one of the notable addressee ot the evening. He was forceful and enthusiastic. He called attention to the vast and increasing amount of material here to support the hospital section of a great medical school. He eald that no other city In the South offered greater opportunities and advantages for the building up of a great medical school than Birmingham. If you want this school, which will be worth much to Birmingham in more ways than one. mv brethren, go after it.
1915-05-28 A Great Medical School For Birmingham Birmingham News Proved fruitless as the College was shut down that month
1915-06-05 Dr. Bryan Begins His Twenty-Sixth Year Birmingham News
1915-06-13 Harris-Butler Atlanta Constitution
1915-06-16 Revival Going On At Presbyterian Church The Dispatch Lexington NC
1915-06-23 Birmingham Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—The Third church has just celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. J. A. Bryan, who is greatly beloved in the State and city.
1915-06-23 Presbyterian Standard Lexington—Rev. W. A. Daniel pastor of this church is being assisted in a series of open air revival services by Rev. J. A. Bryan the evangelist pastor
1915-06-23 Presbyterian Standard Lexington—Rev. W. A. Daniel, pastor of this church, is being assisted in a series of open air revival services by Rev. J. A. Bryan, the evangelist pastor, of Birmingham, Ala.
1915-06-23 Presbyterian Standard Birmingham—Sunday, June 6, marked the twenty-sixth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. J. A. Bryan, of the Third church of this city.
1915-06-23 Open Air Meetings The Dispatch Lexington NC
1915-06-30 Meetings Closed The Dispatch Lexington NC
1915-07-04 East Lake Presbyterian Evangelistic Services Birmingham News
1915-07-28 Twice Daily Meetings Keowee Courier
1915-08-04 Meetings Closed Keowee Courier
1915-09-15 Plumtree Group Presbyterian Standard NC August meetings
1915-09-15 Plumtree Group\, NC Presbyterian Standard August meetings
1915-09-22 Southhighlands School for Girls Presbyterian Standard Bryan gives remarks about early activty and hopes for girls college
1915-10-09 Go To Church Sunday (Church Advertizement) Birmingham News
1915-10-10 Private Kindergartens Absorbed by Public Schools Birmingham News
1915-10-13 Returned from Kentucky Birmingham News
1915-10-20 Hazard Presbyterian of the South KY by Bryan
1915-10-20 Hazard\, KY by Bryan Presbyterian of the South
1915-10-20 Hazard Presbyterian Standard Kentucky
1915-11-10 Dr. J.A. Bryan To Lecture Friday Evening LaFayette Sun
1915-11-13 Wylam Presbyterian Church Birmingham News
1915-11-16 Synod of Southern Presbyterians To Meet Here Birmingham News Mentions Edmonds issue
1915-11-17 100 Delegates Are Attending Synod Birmingham News Bryan Acting Moderator, "Dr. Bryan delivered one of the most beautiful and impressive sermons ever delivered at this place and it was heard attentively by a large congregation."
1915-12-01 Alabama Synod (also Edmonds) Presbyterian Standard
1915-12-29 Bryan chairman of sub-committee on evangelism of Home missions Presbyterian of the South
1915-12-30 Dr. Bryan Invites Police to Services Birmingham News
1916-01-12 Presbyeterians To Hold Big Revival Decaturs Daily
1916-01-14 Special Meetings At Presbyterian Decaturs Daily
1916-01-18 Services At The First Presbyterian Every Day Decaturs Daily
1916-01-19 Increased Attendance At Revival Services Decaturs Daily
1916-01-20 11 Accessions Is Revival Result Decaturs Daily
1916-01-21 Revivalist Called Away Local Pastors Preach Decaturs Daily
1916-01-24 Returned to Birmingham Decaturs Daily
1916-01-26 Work Among Foreigners by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1916-03-03 Revival Services At Andalusia Andalusia Star
1916-03-08 Schools of Synod Soon To Be Under The Same Control Birmingham News Bryan Moderated Five Hour Discussion
1916-03-09 Separate School Boards Abolished By Church Synod The Montgomery Advertiser
1916-03-09 Synod Honored CM Boyd By Appointment (Bryan Moderator) Tuscaloosa News
1916-03-17 Evangelistic Services at the Presbyterian Church Andalusia Star
1916-03-24 Revival Meeting Continues Andalusia Star
1916-03-28 Revival Closes Andalusia Star
1916-03-29 Tuscumbia Presbyterian of the South AL
1916-03-29 Tuscumbia\, AL Presbyterian of the South
1916-04-05 Andulusia Presbyterian Standard Andalusia—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, assisted the pastor. Rev. C. N. Wharton, in an evangelistic service of two weeks. There were a large number of additions, and the church was richly blessed.
1916-04-05 Andulusia Presbyterian Standard Andalusia—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, assisted the pastor. Rev. C. N. Wharton, in an evangelistic service of two weeks. There were a large number of additions, and the church was richly blessed.
1916-04-10 Tribute Is Paid Sunday To Work of Dr. J.A. Bryan Birmingham News 53 Children bring one dollar each
1916-05-03 Stillman Institute Commencement Presbyterian Standard Stillman Institute Conunencement—The Commencement sermon this year will be preached on May 7 by Rev. W. E. Hutchison, of Richmond, Va. In connection with the commencement, there will be held for a week a very instructive and inspiring Bible Conference, affording the scattered members of our colored Presbyterian ministry an opportunity of spending some days together hearing lectures, and discussing plans for the uplift of their people. Especially the re-organization of the Afro-American Synod will be taken up. The ministers who will assist in the conduct of the Bible Conference will be Rev. W. E. Hutchison, of the Assembly's Missionary Training School; Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham; Rev. John Goff, of West Point, Miss; Rev. D. D. Little, of Columbia, Tenn. ; Rev. S. L. Morris and Rev. A. A. Little, of Atlanta, Ga.
1916-05-03 Stillman Institute Commencement and Bible Conference Presbyterian of the South
1916-05-03 Stillman Institute Commencement Presbyterian Standard Stillman Institute Conunencement—The Commencement sermon this year will be preached on May 7 by Rev. W. E. Hutchison, of Richmond, Va. In connection with the commencement, there will be held for a week a very instructive and inspiring Bible Conference, affording the scattered members of our colored Presbyterian ministry an opportunity of spending some days together hearing lectures, and discussing plans for the uplift of their people. Especially the re-organization of the Afro-American Synod will be taken up. The ministers who will assist in the conduct of the Bible Conference will be Rev. W. E. Hutchison, of the Assembly's Missionary Training School; Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham; Rev. John Goff, of West Point, Miss; Rev. D. D. Little, of Columbia, Tenn. ; Rev. S. L. Morris and Rev. A. A. Little, of Atlanta, Ga.
1916-05-09 Closing Exercises of South Highland School for Girls Birmingham News
1916-05-19 Splendid Growth in Mission Work Tampa Tribune
1916-05-20 Series of Services at East Lake Presbyterian Birmingham News
1916-05-24 Report on Italian work By J.A. Bryan Presbyterian of the South
1916-05-24 Report on Italian work By J.A. Bryan Presbyterian of the South "Rev. J.A. Bryan has oversight of these stations. Rev. Angelo Mastrotto, a Waldensian minister, is pastor, and Rev. Emory Washburn having volunteered for Italian work, is assisting in the work while studying the language. "The following report of Rev. J.A. Bryan gives account for the year of the different stations and workers. "The organized Presbyterian Church at Ensley is among Italians, is paid for in full, buildings and furnishings, and has a membership of 28, 22 being residents, 6 in the European war. It received seven men this year on profession of faith and baptised eight children. Rev. Angelo Mastrotto is pastor of the church and evangelist among the Italian people of the district. He visits the people, conducts night schools in Italian four nights each week." "The day school wtih 20 bright children of foreigners, is more regularly attended than in any previous year. We have also a kindergarten, and a night school for men at Ensley, Sunday-schools at Steel Mill Quarters, Thomas Furnace and Pratt City, with a day school at the latter place."
1916-05-24 Evangelist of General Assembly Presbyterian of the South
1916-05-31 Stillman Institute Commencement Presbyterian of the South J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, with us. He stirred the men with his deep devotional spirit and made a lasting impression on all.
1916-05-31 Stillman Institute Commencement Presbyterian of the South J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, with us. He stirred the men with his deep devotional spirit and made a lasting impression on all.
1916-05-31 Presbyterian of the South
1916-06-03 Touching Tribute Tendered Pastor On His Birthday Children bring dollar bills down aisle
1916-06-04 Third Presbyterian Church Is Today Celebrating the Twenty-Seventh Anniversary of Dr. Bryan's Pastorate Birmingham News
1916-06-04 Third Presbyterian Church Is Today Celebrating the Twenty-Seventh Anniversary of Dr. Bryan's Pastorate Birmingham News
1916-06-07 The Conference for Colored Ministers At Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard one day a great sermon by Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, a model of what their preaching ought to be, with itso veight of burning zeal, of scriptural knowledge and spiritual power;
1916-06-07 The Conference for Colored Ministers At Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard one day a great sermon by Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, a model of what their preaching ought to be, with itso>veight of burning zeal, of scriptural knowledge and spiritual power;
1916-06-21 Conference for Colored Ministers at Stillman Presbyterian of the South
1916-10-04 Funeral of Mrs. Hardie Our Mountain Home
1916-10-11 The Conference of Negro Women at Stillman Institute Sept 26 Presbyterian Standard The closing message which came to us from Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, was an evangelistic appeal of power, to which many responded with the promise to lead a better Christian life.
1916-10-11 Conference of Negro Women at the Stillman Institute Presbyterian of the South
1916-10-11 The Conference of Negro Women at Stillman Institute\, Ala Sept 26-23 Presbyterian Standard The closing message which came to us from Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, was an evangelistic appeal of power, to which many responded with the promise to lead a better Christian life.
1916-10-12 Revival To Be Conducted Birmingham News Alabama Ave Presbyterian Church Selma
1916-10-18 Synod of Alabama Presbyterian of the South
1916-10-20 Revival Meetings To Be Held Selma Mirror
1916-10-31 Dr. J.A. Bryan has returned Birmingham News From Selma revival where 27 added to Alabama Ave. Presbyterian Church
1916-11-14 First Meeting of the Synod Here Tonight Dothan Eagle
1916-11-14 Registered at Local Hotels Montgomery Times
1916-11-15 Synod Opened with Sermon By Dr. Bryan Dothan Eagle
1916-11-20 Dr. Snedecor Dies At home of Daughter Tuscaloosa News
1916-11-21 Funeral Services of Dr. Snedecor This Afternoon Tuscaloosa News
1916-11-24 Presbyterians Have A Meeting At Dothan Clayton Record
1916-11-29 Completion of a Faithful Life's Work (Snedecor) Presbyterian of the South
1916-11-29 Dr. Snedecor (funeral) Presbyterian Standard
1916-12-06 Dr. James G. Snedecor Obit Presbyterian of the South
1916-12-06 Dr. James G. Snedecor Presbyterian Standard Beautiful eulogy
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1916-12-29 Pastor Gives Christmas Tree to Friends Here: Reception Given By Rev. J.A. Bryan Birmingham News 400 Visit House, details of reception
1917-01-02 Appreciation of the News Birmingham News Appreciation of Ths New. I wWh I knew how to express my appreciation of all the help The News hns given m In my work In Birmingham," Rev. J. A. Bryan, known to almost every man. woman and child In the city, said. The News has helped me, and It has helped me so consistently and so steadily and so long. Sometimes I wonder if tho people who make up a great newspaper like that one know how much they can do toward the advancement of the church, in advancing the spirit of tho church. The philanthropic work of a newspaper, I believe, Is the most far-reaching .of that type that can be dime. It is gratifying to notice how many of tho big metropolitan newspapers are helping In tho work of making tho world kinder as well as mors Intellectual."
1917-01-24 Birmingham by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1917-01-24 Birmingham by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard "God has continued His blessing on the work being done in the name of His Son in the Birmingham District during the year among the foreigners. "First. The work of the organized Italian Church has made real progress. Fifteen grown persons have been added to the roll of the church on profession of faith in Jesus, double the number received last year; two by letter. The seed, which is the word, is being faithfully sown in the hearts of these children. Rev. Angello Mastrollo has been the pastor for the year, but has accepted other work in Pennsylvania. His salary, $75 per month, was paid by the General Assembly's Committee. Rev. E.E. Washburn, a graduate of Union Seminary, has been studying the Italian language for two years, and takes up the work as left by Rev. Angello Mastrollo. The church has a resident membership of twenty-seven, the Sunday School has an attendance of thirty-eight. "Second. In connection with the work of the organized church at this point, we have under God two day and one night school at this point, we have under God two day and one night school. One (day school) is a splendid kindergarten work. The kindergarten conducted in the Settlement or Mission House has had an enrollment of fifty children, thirty-three in attendance; four nationalities. In the department Miss Rebecca Painter has prayed, sung, taught, visited. The children are very bright. They memorize verses and the Child's Catechism rapidly. Her salary, $25 per month, is paid by Assembly's Committee. IN this same building Miss Flora Dubose has a room of large Italian children, twenty-five in attendance regularly. The Bible is the chief text-book. The children in both of these rooms are interested and attend more regularly than in previous years. The parents are more interested and aid in their way the teachers. Miss Dubose is paid $25 each month by local Presbyterian Church societies. "Third. The Night School—Miss Agnes Averyt is the faithful teacher. She teaches the boys and the men English, but the main object is to lead them to Jesus. She meets the class three evenings each week. Thirteen in attendance. Her salary, $13.20 per month, is paid by the 'Steel Corporation.' "The sewing and cooking school classes are well-attended and good work is being done in this department of the work. Needed repairs have been made on the building, needed painting has been done. "Fourth. The Pratt City Mission Among Foreigners—This work is conducted in a comfortable rented building. Miss Ramelle Anderson is the patient teacher and missionary. Her salary, $25, is paid by the Assembly's Committee. Here is a splendid day school of twenty-five pupils, Sunday School of thirty. This is a very needy district. Impressions are being made for Christ, characters made. "Fifth. At Thomas Furnace we have just begun the work of having an afternoon Sunday School among the Italian children. This is seed planting time at this station. A worker for every day in the week is needed here. The Sunday School numbers thirty-one." JAB
1917-02-07 Laymen's Convention KY Presbyterian of the South New Orleans
1917-02-07 Laymen's Convention KY\, New Orleans Presbyterian of the South
1917-02-17 Pastors Gone To Lexington Meeting Birmingham News
1917-02-21 Laymen's Convention Lexington Presbyterian of the South
1917-02-24 Lexington Ministry Birmingham News Rev. A. J. Bryan haa been In Lexington, Ky., attending the Laymen's Convention and It la told that no soon-1 than he was there than Dr. Bryan wai out on the streets holding aervlce wltn the policemen, the firemen, the student and the shop men. Five o'clock In the morning found him on the streets delivering hie message to the people. Some on asked who It waa holding the Salvation Army service and twa Dr. Bryan, the indefatigable, who had carried hie methods along with him.
1917-02-27 Pullman Prayer Meeting Birmingham News Pullman Prayer Mating. I read the story of Saturdays church page about Dr. Bryana street services in, Lexington, said Haskins Williams, "and it brought to mind that a few das ago a fellow traveler asked me to join him at & prayer meeting that was being held in- one of the rear coaches. I went, and when I walked in who should be conducting the meeting but my old friend, Dr. J. A. Bryan, Pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church. Ha occupied the center of the coach nd the men present seemed very much impressed, though they had to stop praying long enough to hold on when the train took1 a curve.
1917-03-01 Dr. Bryan To Get Auto Birmingham News
1917-03-17 Dr. E.H. Sholl Tells of Pioneer Presbyterians in Birmingham Birmingham News
1917-04-11 Wylam Presbyterian Standard Wylam—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, recently conducted evangelistic services in this church. Quite a number were received into the church as a result of the meetings.
1917-04-11 Wylam Presbyterian Standard Wylam—Rev. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, recently conducted evangelistic services in this church. Quite a number were received into the church as a result of the meetings.
1917-05-02 Ministerial Conference at Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard Bryan Speaker
1917-05-06 Better Babies Is Preached To City Birmingham News Speaks at Convention for how to raise an infant
1917-05-09 Ministerial Conference at Stillman Institute Presbyterian of the South
1917-05-23 Corresponding Member of Central Alabama Presbytery Presbyterian of the South
1917-05-30 General Assembly Presbyterian Standard and Rev. J. A. Bryan who though by no means an Italian labors among them when opportunity offers and in thrilling tones he told story after story of souls saved.
1917-05-30 General Assembly Presbyterian Standard and Rev. J. A. Bryan, who though by no means an Italian, labors among them when opportunity offers, and in thrilling tones he told story after story of souls saved.
1917-05-31 Death Comes to W.B. Alexander Albany Decatur Daily Father of writer from the Tennessean
1917-06-01 W.B. Alexander Is Buried In Birmingham Albany Decatur Daily
1917-06-01 Dr. Bryan To Celebrate Birmingham News
1917-06-02 Pastor Observes His Anniversary Birmingham News
1917-06-03 Church Program program
1917-06-04 Birmingham Divine 28 Years In Service The Montgomery Advertiser
1917-06-04 Pastor's Anniversary Birmingham News
1917-06-06 Italian Work Presbyterian of the South
1917-06-06 Italian Work Presbyterian of the South Birmingham District, Ala.: Rev. J.A. Bryan, superintendent, reports: "The work of the Italian Church has made real progress. Fifteen grown persons have been added on profession of faith, double the number received last year; 2 by letter. The church has a resident membership of 27; non-resident, 10, total 37, representing ten families. The Sabbath school has 28. Rev. E.E. Washburn, a graduate of Union Seminary, Va., is in charge of the work."
1917-06-06 Invitation to 28th anniversary Presbyterian Standard
1917-07-01 Maude Rodgers-E.A. Morgan Birmingham News
1917-07-15 Elliott-Renfroe The Montgomery Advertiser
1917-07-16 Presbytery Meets Birmingham News Installation of pastor of Second Pres
1917-07-22 Rev. J.A. Bryan Is Given New Auto by One of His Admirers Birmingham News Negitive impact of change from horse to car
1917-08-25 Series of Prayers Birmingham News For soldiers leaving for the First World War
1917-08-30 In Asheville for the Season Asheville Citizen Times
1917-09-05 Spout Springs Presbyterian of the South
1917-09-09 Strong Appeal for Assistance in Fighting White Death Made Birmingham News Mentions Bryan performing funeral for victim of Tuberculosis
1917-09-14 Services Aberdeen Weekly, MS
1917-09-14 MS Aberdeen Weekly Services
1917-09-23 Bryan Home Damaged Birmingham News A SECOND fire!
1917-09-26 Aberdeen MS Presbyterian of the South
1917-10-18 Program of the Presbytery of North Alabama Florence Herald
1917-10-25 Dr. McGan Will Speak Birmingham News Prison officer speaks, Returns from North Carolina
1917-10-26 Dr. Bryan Will Preach Birmingham News Returns from Appalachians
1917-11-22 Feels Presence of War Birmingham News Impact of World War One on congregation
1917-11-28 An Ideal Country Church
1917-12-31 Rev. Bryan sick at Davis Infirmary Birmingham News
1918-01-03 Dr. J.A. Bryan at Local Infirmary Marion Times Standard
1918-01-24 Rev. J.A. Bryan To Preach Again Birmingham News
1918-02-10 Series of Meetings (Bartow FL) Tampa Tribune Postponed Pres of the South
1918-02-10 Series of Meetings (Bartow\, FL) Tampa Tribune Postponed Pres of the South
1918-02-13 WORK BEING DONE BY ASSEMBLY'S HOME MISSIONS COMMITTEE IN BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA SECTION Presbyterian Standard
1918-02-13 Bartow FL Presbyterian Standard
1918-02-13 Bartow Presbyterian of the South
1918-02-13 WORK BEING DONE BY ASSEMBLY'S HOME MISSIONS COMMITTEE\, IN BIRMINGHAM\, ALABAMA\, SECTION\, 1917-\, A. D. Presbyterian Standard WORK BEING DONE BY ASSEMBLY'S HOME MISSIONS COMMITTEE, IN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA, SECTION, 1917., A. D. /By Rev. J. A. Bryan, Pastor Third Presbyterian Church. /The world at war has affected our work among the adult Italians to a certain extent during the year, as a number of them have enlisted under their country's flag and have gone to Italy. Many are working day and night in the munition plants of the T. C. I. Company. It is very hard for them to attend the services. The work among the women and young people and children has been very well organized and God has richly blessed it. The work reaches and is carried on in three different sections of the Birmingham district. /1. The main mission station is at Ensley. Miss Lillian Edwards is the principal of this school and work. She is zealous, thorough, efficient and has well organized this work. She teaches a large kindergarten here, all children of foreign parentage. Miss Edwards is assisted by Miss Flora DuBose, who has charge of the older children in a separate room. The older ones are taught graded Bible lessons and the Child's Catechism. They are more regular in attendance than in any previous year and a more lasting work is being accomplished. A number from the kindergarten and Miss DuBose's grade attend the Sabbath School. /2. Miss Agnes Averyt conducts a night school composed of young men and boys. The attendance has not been as large as in former years; the young men have to work overtime in the mills, etc. At this station in the Settlement house, socials are held. Domestic science classes are conducted and boys meet in clubs. Mothers meetings are held and well attended. The great object is to exalt Christ, to teach the people the way to Jesus, the children to trust and love Him. The Sabbath School has had increased attendance; at this station sixty-eight are enrolled in kindergarten, day and night schools, and seventy in the Sunday School held in the chapel. The workers visit the homes and are in touch with their condition and needs and win friends for the mission and for Jesus. The mission property has been well repaired and painted, inside papered during the year. It is valuable property. The chapel has been recovered and repaired and is comfortable. /3. The membership of the church is composed of the men who work in the steel mills and munition plant. twentyone in number. Having to work on the Sabbath makes it very difficult for them to attend the services regularly, but some take Jesus with them, and seed is being planted. /4. The work at Thomas' Furnace is in charge of Mrs. W. H. Williams, who conducts a mission day school and Sunday School and does needed visiting among these people. The children are regular in attendance, are bright. They are the ones God is helping us reach in these years. Twentyfive in day school and thirty-five in Sabbath School. The parents of some of these children place them at the “Pumps,” and our missionary picks them up and takes them to the mission rooms and to the classes. /5. The work at Pratt City, three miles from Ensley, our rented missionary house has two very comfortable rooms in which the work is conducted by Miss Ramelle Anderson. A day school and Sunday School is held in this building, and also mothers' meetings. She gathers the children from the rooms and homes in the alleys. The people come and go from this point. Enrollment here, twenty in the day school; same number in Sunday School. /6. A summer vacation school for foreigners was well directed by Rev. E. E. Washburn. Voluntary teachers from some of our churches aided, and numbers of foreigners were taught Bible lessons, and lasting good accomplished. To God be all the glory.
1918-02-13 Bartow\, FL Presbyterian Standard Rev. Dr. J. A. Bryan, of Birmingham, Ala., was to begin a series of meetings on Tuesday evening, February 5, but illness prevented, and the meetings have been postponed until March.
1918-02-22 Prayer Service Is Held: Dr. J.A. Bryan Keeps Church Open All Day To Pray for Soldiers Birmingham News
1918-03-16 Ensley Revival Starts Sunday Birmingham News
1918-04-23 Judy Brown Says: When You're Good You Show It Birmingham News "They are saints, when one thinks of how they spend their lives for others and alwaya In an atmosphere of devotion. Then aom of the ministers of the gospel The Itev. Mr. Bryan, for example." "Hh, Mr Bryan' lie seems to wear as a mantle the very spirit of Christ " "Anybody," hhe declared, who puts religion before anything pise and dedicates their life to service looks different from the general run of people Notice these folks we sre passing You couldn't mistake them for other than what they are the salt of the earth "
1918-05-19 Stephenson-Stone Wedding Announced Anniston Star
1918-05-26 Dr. J.A. Bryan To Be Honored By Church Birmingham News "Rev. J.A. Bryan is one of the best known pastors in the city, and there is hardly a doubt but that the church on the occasion of the anniversary will be crowded to the doors."
1918-05-30 Third Presbyterians To Honor Their Pastor on Coming Sunday Birmingham News
1918-05-31 Cantata Will Be Interesting Birmingham News
1918-06-01 Men Women and Things column
1918-06-01 Men\, Women and Things column
1918-06-01 Anniversary Is To Be Observed Birmingham News
1918-06-02 Presbyterians Will Honor Their Pastor At Two Services Birmingham News Significant stories
1918-06-03 Flag Given To Pastor Birmingham News
1918-06-06 Revival at Gordo Pickens County Herald
1918-06-10 Gordo Revival Tuscaloosa News
1918-06-13 Revival Meeting Gordo C.H. Nabors Pickens County Herald
1918-06-16 A.B.C. Company Has Flag Raising Birmingham News
1918-07-08 Printers Honor Men With Colors Birmingham News The most unfortunate statement by Bryan: "Dr. J.A. Bryan, another honorary member of the body, told of the sacrifices the men were making to do their part in the war in every branck of service. He said the boys in khaki were dying for the same cause for which the Savior died on the Cross." Seems this unfortunate conflation of spiritual and nation was driven by his love for his country, as well as his son's service for it. The 'boys in khaki' were indeed self-sacrificial, as Christ was, but their service was not the same cause.
1918-07-21 Rev. Bryan To Lead Noon-Day Prayer Birmingham News For Soldiers in France
1918-07-30 Son of Rev. Bryan Now Fighting in France Birmingham News
1918-08-30 Prayer Service for the Soldiers Birmingham News
1918-09-05 Prominent Citizen Called By Death Thursday Eve Pickens County Herald
1918-09-19 Soldiers' Letters To Be Read Birmingham News
1918-10-10 Victims Aided By Mothers' Club Birmingham News When asked what she needed most to make her feel comfortable, she said "I should like for Brother Bryan to come and pray for me.' She is a good woman and is trying hard to care for her family.
1918-10-17 Married at the Home of J.A. Bryan Blocton Enterprise
1918-10-18 Lend As They Fight: Prof Bryan in Trenches Birmingham News LEND AS THEY FIGHT PROF. BRYANJN TRENCHES Hit Father Doublet Bondt When He Re-ceivet Letter. Rev J. A. Brvan has rectived woid that his ton, Private John Edward, it enjoying life in the front line trenche in France. Private Bryan was formerly Professor Bryan. Principal of the .Seventeenth Avenue school He enlisted some months ago In the Fifty-First Infantri. Sixth Division We sre In the front line trenrh. the letter read, "and the ehrapnel is falling all around us. We came over to fight and we certainly are fighting Dad. tell the folks hack home to pray for us We keep pushing and ftte expect them to push hard for us hv buving bonds and Ka, i, nv praying Please do not worry about my not being comfortable. I tn perfectly so Lots of love to all the folks. Rev. Bryan said that this letter made him double his Liberty Bonds and that It ought to make somebody else do the same thing.
1918-11-28 Rotarians Adopt 57 War Orphans Birmingham News French orphan adopted in honor of Bryan, pehaps not coincidentally Bryan preached on "The Doctrine of Adoption" the following Sunday, per The News, Dec. 1
1918-12-26 Presbyterians Plan Social Reception Birmingham News Annual reception
1919-01-01 Always An Evangelist Birmingham News
1919-01-31 Older Men of Birmingham\, Still Active in City's Life: J.A. Bryan Birmingham News Important Article
1919-03-03 Presbytery "O.K.'s" Call To Dr. Bush Birmingham News For South Highlands pastor
1919-04-26 Beloved Pastor Needs No Modern Methods Birmingham News
1919-04-26 Pastor Says Family Prayer Is Need of Age Birmingham News Partial transcript of Bryan sermon, gives church activity
1919-05-07 Commissioner to General Assembly in New Orleans Presbyterian Standard
1919-05-21 Stillman Institute Presbyterian of the South
1919-05-24 Returns from General Assembly in New Orleans Birmingham News
1919-06-02 Church Honors 'Pastor of the People' Thirtieth Anniversary Is Celebrated By Rev. J.A. Bryan
1919-06-02 Church Honors 'Pastor of the People' Thirtieth Anniversary Is Celebrated By Rev. J.A. Bryan Birmingham News
1919-06-03 Mule Cars Were Running When Dr. Bryan Began His 30 Years of Good Works
1919-06-03 Mule Cars Were Running When Dr. Bryan Began His 30 Years of Good Works Birmingham Ledger Important interview
1919-06-04 Invitation to 30th Anniversary Presbyterian Standard Birmingham
1919-06-04 Stillman Institute Presbyterian Standard Speaker at annual conference
1919-06-04 Presbyterian Standard
1919-06-04 Invitation to 30th Anniversary Presbyterian Standard Birmingham, Third Church—We have received an invitation to attend the services connected with the thirtieth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. J. A. Bryan, which takes place June i, 1919. Mr. Bryan is one of the most devoted and best beloved men in our church, and it would give us real pleasure to pay our respects to him.
1919-06-04 Graduating Exercises At Hillman Hospital Thursday Birmingham News
1919-06-05 Confers Doctor of Divinity Bristol Herald Courier
1919-06-11 Stillman Institute Bible Conference Presbyterian of the South
1919-06-18 King's College Confers Doctor of Divinity Presbyterian of the South
1919-06-18 Honorary Doctorate conferred by King's College Presbyterian Standard
1919-06-26 Invisible Weapon That Won The War Cullman Tribune
1919-06-28 Special Services Announced Birmingham News For Returning Soldiers
1919-11-16 Home Mission Program At Vine Street Birmingham News Speaks on "The Foreigner in Our Midst"
1919-12-05 Missionary Plans Taken Up By Synod Birmingham News
1919-12-07 Generals Elect Magic City Boy Grid Manager Birmingham News James Bryan at Washington and Lee
1919-12-14 Judy Brown Says: The Matter of Prayer Birmingham News "Well, any old time. That the way the Rev. Mr. Bryan does. He's liable to drop right into prayer any moment." "O, he's a saint!" declared Janie. "I was talking to him today," I said. "We were standing in a group talking and he was telling us of Miss T., who has been so terribly ill, and he just bowed his head and said: 'Dear Lord, help that good woman; comfort her, strengthen her, and restore her to health.' You see, he took the attitude that the Lord was right there, just as much as the rest of us, and just as interested, and certainly all powerful to help. Now, Mr. Bryan gets a lot out of prayer." We were silent for a moment. "That's the way it ought to be," said Janie.
1919-12-28 All Day Reception at Third Presbyterian Church Birmingham News
1919-12-30 All-Day Reception In Honor of Pastor Birmingham News
1920-01-01 Vote for Sunday baseball Vote politics
1920-01-01 Third Pres History Book Birmingham and Its Envoirons p_p277 278
1920-01-01 H.A. Moore Obituary Tippah Presbyterian Converted by Bryan
1920-01-01 A Tribute To Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1920-03-12 Miss B.B. Comer Dies in Birmingham Ashland Progress
1920-04-07 Sixth Division Men Plan Organization Birmingham News John Edwards Bryan leadership of Sixth Division
1920-05-13 Mrs. Justina Walton Webb Greensboro Watchman Funeral
1920-05-26 All Veterans To Join in Memorial Birmingham News
1920-05-30 Veterans of All Wars Unite on Memorial Day Birmingham News
1920-06-05 Beloved Pastor Will Keep Anniversary Birmingham News
1920-06-06 To Observe Anniversary Birmingham News
1920-06-07 Minister Is Praised Birmingham News
1920-07-15 Jennings Zinser Wedding Anniston Star
1920-07-16 Festival Planned To Aid Missionary Birmingham News
1920-08-20 At Old Home In Spartanburg Birmingham News
1920-08-28 Returned From Spartanburg Birmingham News
1920-09-02 Suffragists Urge Women of County To Join in Parade Birmingham News GIves invocation celebrating women's suffrage
1920-09-12 Program for Seminary Opening Birmingham News Loulie Compton
1920-09-19 Miss Margaret Davis Becomes Mr Harris' Bride Anniston Star
1920-09-19 Scholl Memorial To Be Unveiled Birmingham News
1920-09-26 Margaret Allen School Opening Wednesday Birmingham News
1920-09-30 Reception Given for Veteran Rabbi Birmingham News Dr. Newfeld's 25th anniversary
1920-10-02 Presbyterians Install Pastor Birmingham News Second Presbyterian Church
1920-11-09 Presbyterian Pastor To Be Installed At Services Wednesday Birmingham News South Highlands Presbyterian Dobyns
1920-12-08 Four More Names Offered For 1920 Loving Cup Given By The Birmingham News (19201208)
1920-12-08 Four More Names Offered For 1920 Loving Cup Given By The Birmingham News (19201208) Birmingham News
1920-12-09 Brown\, Porter and Kilby Nominated for Loving Cup of the News for 1920 Birmingham News Includes letters of nomination
1920-12-10 Loving Cup Nomination Letters Birmingham News 3 for Bryan, 4 for others
1920-12-11 First Men To Be Suggested by Citizens for Award of the News' Loving Cup for 1920 Birmingham News
1920-12-11 Loving Cup Nomination Letters Birmingham News Two really beautiful letters, see final letter, "go with him..."
1920-12-11 Cohen\, Hogan\, Bunn\, Henckell and J.W. Porter Nominated for the News' Loving Cup Birmingham News
1920-12-12 Loving Cup Letters Birmingham News
1920-12-12 Two Women Are Nominated for News Loving Cup (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-12 A Tribute To Rev. Mr. Bryan Birmingham News Letter to the Editor
1920-12-12 Two Women Are Nominated for News Loving Cup Birmingham News
1920-12-13 More New Names Offered for News Loving Cup Today Birmingham News
1920-12-13 More New Names Offered for News Loving Cup Today (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-13 Returned from Memphis Birmingham News
1920-12-14 Nominations for News' Loving Cup Birmingham News
1920-12-14 Thirty-One Names Are Suggested for News' Loving Cup Birmingham News
1920-12-14 Thirty-One Names Are Suggested for News' Loving Cup (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-16 Loving Cup Award Still Attracting Widest Interest Birmingham News
1920-12-16 Loving Cup Award Still Attracting Widest Interest (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-16 A Big Task for the Judges Birmingham News George Stuart from his pulpit, "Jimmie Bryan is the best man in Birmingham."
1920-12-19 Loving Cup Letters Birmingham News
1920-12-19 Last Nominating Letters Must Be in Thursday Noon Birmingham News 39 names nominated to date
1920-12-19 Last Nominating Letters Must Be in Thursday Noon (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-20 Names of Forty Are Presented For Loving Cup Birmingham News
1920-12-20 Names of Forty Are Presented For Loving Cup (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-21 Three New Names Are Proposed for News Loving Cup (continued) Birmingham News 244 names signed to one letter for Bryan
1920-12-21 Three New Names Are Proposed for News Loving Cup Birmingham News 42 names nominated
1920-12-22 Forty-Six Names Are Offered For News Loving Cup Birmingham News
1920-12-22 Forty-Six Names Are Offered For News Loving Cup (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-22 Loving Cup Letters Birmingham News
1920-12-23 Fifty Names Are Suggested for News Loving Cup Birmingham News
1920-12-23 Fifty Names Are Suggested for News Loving Cup (continued) Birmingham News
1920-12-23 Loving Cup Letters Birmingham News
1920-12-25 Dr. J.A. Bryan Sends Christmas Greetings To News Employes Birmingham News Letter by Bryan printed
1921-01-01 Loving Cup Letters n Loving Cup 04
1921-01-01 Nominations Loving Cup
1921-01-01 Kiwanians Hear Dr. Bryan Speak (R.A. Torrey) Loving Cup Aftermath
1921-01-01 Kiwanians Hear Dr. Bryan Speak (R.A. Torrey) Loving Cup Aftermath
1921-01-01 Loving Cup Decision Pleases Him (Letters to Editor) Loving Cup Aftermath
1921-01-01 Pastor Declared To Have Been of Greatest Service Loving Cup articles
1921-01-01 All in Readiness For Awarding of Cup To Dr Bryan Loving Cup articles2
1921-01-01 Public Is Invited To Presentation of News Trophy Loving Cup articles4
1921-01-01 Bryan Congratulated Loving Cup articles5
1921-01-01 I Reckon So (T.H. Alexander) Nashville Globe nd Shows reach of ministry
1921-01-01 Loving Cup Letters News
1921-01-01 Loving Reception Is Given Dr. Bryan | $231 Collected In Loving Cup for Mrs. Bryan nd
1921-01-01 Many Tributes To Worth of Dr. Bryan Paid By Speakers n Loving Cup 01
1921-01-01 The Award of The Loving Cup: A Tribute To A Noble Man (Labor Advocate?) n Loving Cup 01
1921-01-01 The Award of The Loving Cup: A Tribute To A Noble Man (Labor Advocate?) n Loving Cup 01
1921-01-01 Thousands Turned Away From Bijou n Loving Cup 03
1921-01-01 Wants To Do More n Loving Cup 05
1921-01-01 News Cup Presented Dr. Bryan Before Crowd That Packs Bijou n Loving Cup 07
1921-01-01 A Minister-Newspaper Man Writes of the Loving Cup nd Age Herald
1921-01-01 Jere C. King Dies At Home In Birmingham The Montgomery Advertiser
1921-01-01 Dr. J.A. Bryan Awarded Loving Cup for Service and Loving Cup Editor\, in presenting the name of a candidate...
1921-01-09 J.A. Bryan Is Awarded The News' Loving Cup Birmingham News
1921-01-09 J.A. Bryan Is Awarded News' Loving Cup (Full Front Page) Birmingham News
1921-01-09 Here Is Man Who Has Done Most for His City and Decision of Judges in Their Selection Birmingham News
1921-01-09 Pastor Declared To Have Been of Greatest Service Birmingham News
1921-01-09 Pastor Declared To Have Been of Greatest Service (continued) Birmingham News
1921-01-09 Loving Cup Awarded Presbyterian Pastor for Greatest Service to City During 1920 Birmingham News
1921-01-09 The Award of the Loving Cup: A Tribute To A Noble Man Birmingham News
1921-01-09 Loving Cup Letters
1921-01-10 Dr. Bryan Holding Veritable Revival Over Cup Honors Birmingham News
1921-01-10 Honor As Public Benefactor "Is Crisis In Man's Life" Dr. J.A. Bryan Tells Pastors Birmingham News
1921-01-10 Honor As Public Benefactor "Is Crisis In Man's Life" Dr. J.A. Bryan Tells Pastors Birmingham News
1921-01-10 Judy Brown Says: Brother Bryan and The Cup Birmingham News
1921-01-12 Bryan Congratulated Birmingham News
1921-01-13 Birmingham News Loving Cup Houston Post
1921-01-13 J.A. Bryan Marion Times Standardd
1921-01-13 Dr. J.A. Bryan Awarded Loving Cup for Service Birmingham News
1921-01-13 Kiwanians Hear Dr. Bryan Speak Birmingham News
1921-01-14 Loew's Bijou Theater Agents Donate House for Presentation of News Cup Birmingham News
1921-01-14 Hornady Commends Award of Loving Cup Birmingham News
1921-01-16 Will Address Kiwanians Birmingham News
1921-01-18 Rev. James A. Bryan Awarded Loving Cup: Former Citizen of Raleigh Raleigh News and Observer
1921-01-18 Approves Loving Cup Award Birmingham News
1921-01-19 All in Readiness for Awarding of Cup to Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-19 Dr. Bryan Tells of Long Residence Here Birmingham News
1921-01-20 Public Is Invited to Presentation of News Trophy Birmingham News
1921-01-21 Special Features To Be Introuduced In Cup Ceremony Birmingham News
1921-01-22 Loving Cup Picture
1921-01-23 Hundreds to See Cup Presentation At Bijou Theater News
1921-01-23 Hundreds To See Cup Presentation at Bijou Theater Birmingham News
1921-01-23 Hundreds To See Cup Presentation at Bijou Theater (continued) Birmingham News
1921-01-23 Greatest Benefactor and Cup To Be Awarded for Service Birmingham News
1921-01-23 Dr. Bryan Speaks To Community Club Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Loving Reception Is Given Dr. Bryan | $231 Collected In Loving Cup for Mrs. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Many Tributes To Worth of Dr. Bryan Paid By Speakers Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Thousands Turned Away From Bijou Birmingham News
1921-01-24 News Cup Presented Dr. Bryan Before Crowd That Packs Bijou (Need side of artcle) Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Men of All Creeds And Walks of Life Unite In Praising Great Work of Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Musicians Aid In Honoring Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Little Soft-Eyed Woman So Thankful As All Birmingham Praises "Her Man" Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Pastor Is Praised By All Classes In Striking Service Birmingham News
1921-01-24 News Cup Presented Dr. Bryan Before Crowd That Packs Bijou (Full Front Page) Birmingham News
1921-01-24 News Loving Cup Winner Receiving Trophy From Chairman of Committee of Judges Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Crowds Gather 2 Hours Before Doors Open At Bijou To Witness Loving Cup Ceremony Birmingham News
1921-01-24 $231 Collected in Loving Cup for Mrs. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Loving Reception Is Given Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Presentation Filmed Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Presentation of News Loving Cup Is Great Event In City's History Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Pastor Is Praised By All Classes in Striking Services Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Pastor Is Praised By All Classes in Striking Services (continued) Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Musicians Aid In Honoring Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Little Soft-Eyed Woman So Thankful As All Birmingham Praises "Her Man" Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Little Soft-Eyed Woman So Thankful As All Birmingham Praises "Her Man" (continued) Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Thousands Turned Away From Bijou Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Thousands Turned Away From Bijou (continued) Birmingham News
1921-01-24 Men of All Creeds and Walks of Life Unite in Praising Great Work of Dr. Bryan (Full Page 5) Birmingham News
1921-01-25 How They Felt In Montgomery Birmingham News
1921-01-25 A Tribute To Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1921-01-26 Silver Cup Presbyterian of the South
1921-01-26 Loving Cup Presbyterian Standard
1921-01-28 An Appreciation from Jasper Birmingham News
1921-01-31 Dr. Bryan Receives Church's Tribute
1921-01-31 Dr. Bryan Receives Church's Tribute Birmingham News
1921-01-31 A Tribute To Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1921-02-02 Stand To Hold News Cup Given Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-02-02 Love's Example Birmingham News
1921-02-05 Dr. Bryan Using News Loving Cup Now To Hold Baptismal Water Birmingham News
1921-02-09 One Minute Interviews Charlotte Observer
1921-02-09 Pastor of Birmingham Honored by City Presbyterian Standard
1921-02-09 "Pastor of Birmingham" Honored by City Presbyterian Standard
1921-02-09 Pastor of Birmingham Honored By City
1921-02-09 "Pastor of Birmingham" Honored By City
1921-02-10 Presenting Loving Cup Great Event (Kingstree) Country Record
1921-02-10 Bijou Now Showing Loving Cup Picture Birmingham News This is Holy Grail #1, video of Brother Bryan, perhaps William Randolph Hearst News archives?
1921-02-15 Harper Convicted of Wrongful Collecting Birmingham News Bryan being taken advantage of
1921-02-23 Silver Cup Presbyterian of the South Useful details
1921-03-06 Cunningham School Improvement Association Birmingham News John E. Bryan Principal
1921-03-19 Dr. Bryan Honored: Church Members Give "Pounding" Party for Pastor Birmingham News
1921-03-19 Easter Week Revival At Fairview Church Birmingham News
1921-03-20 Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Guests of Cunningham School Birmingham News
1921-03-20 Pound Party for Rev. and Mrs. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-03-24 New Success Magazine Tells Story Dr. Bryan and News Loving Cup Birmingham News
1921-03-30 Fund Grows Slowly Birmingham News Work Among the Blind
1921-04-01 Loving Cup Quotes Success
1921-04-07 Wallace Morelock Wedding Blocton Enterprise
1921-04-15 Dr. Bryan Speaks Birmingham News Childersburg High School Commencement
1921-04-21 15 Jobs Waiting for Idle Miners At Lumber Mill Birmingham News This is concerning miners out of work, following strike, and ministerial relief for them: "Dr. Bryan added his earnest appeal for quick action to bring relief to the needy and also urged the "cutting of red tape" for that purpose."
1921-04-26 "Great Love and Much Service" by Orison Swett Marden Birmingham News Editor of Success magazine
1921-05-06 Greatest Service Saskatoon Daily Star
1921-05-08 Volunteer Class Gives Annual Affair for Parents Birmingham News
1921-05-09 Judy Brown Says: Strolling Around Birmingham News "While calling on a friend ran into Brother Bryan, and as we were going the same way he took me in his machine. Said he had seen 75 men that morning and all but four had lost their mother. Told one of a sweet old. blind, bedridden lady he had been to see and she was so cheerful and interested in his loving cup and not complaining at all. And then he began to sing How Firm a Foundation," and I joined in, and we Sang it right on down Eleventh Avenue, South, and I guess the passers-by thought we were a branch of the Salvation Army, but we both felt better afterwards, especially when we had had a word of prayer together."
1921-05-13 Great Old Preacher Tuscaloosa News
1921-05-29 Cater Rogers Wedding Anniston Star
1921-06-01 W.B. Alexander Is Burried In Birmingham Albany Decatur Daily
1921-06-01 32nd anniversary Presbyterian of the South
1921-06-01 Invite to 32nd Anniversary Presbyterian Standard
1921-06-03 To Honor Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1921-06-05 Celebration of 'Seventh' Anniversary Birmingham News Error in year
1921-06-06 Pastor Celebrates 32nd Anniversary Birmingham News
1921-06-16 Cater Rogers Wedding Anniston Star
1921-06-19 Dr. Bryan Joins In Relief Appeal, Tells of Distress He Sees Daily Birmingham News Appeal by Bryan: I know that the people of Birmingham have warm and generous hearts and that they will come to the relief in this emergency. I only wish all our people could know the real conditions of privation which have come to my attention during the last few weeks. Of course we always hate a few people who are unfortunate and through sickness and other misfortune, are in need, even in times of prosperity. "But conditions now are very grave. Many families which had saved a reasonable amount for a 'rainy day are now in distress. It was not their fault, but they have been out of work for so long they have nothing to eat except what is given them. It pains them deeply to ask for aid. Only necessity and the distress of their wives and children forces them to accept help. Most of our people dont know liow general unemployment is in our city and district. 1 preach eacn dav at shops and industries in different parts of the city and recently many of tiiese meetings have been called off because there were no men employed to hear me. These people who are in need are anxious to work but they can get nothing to dd. I have tried to get places for many of them but have succeeded in only a few instances. "I have calls at my home and church every day and I visit many of these families and I know their conditions. They must have help and have It at once. This is a grave emergency and I know that the generous heart of Birmingham will not see them suffer privation, hunger and illness without assistance. -ile I was attending the meeting the relief committee Friday, a pi eminent man there gave me a bill to use In helping people.'' I was glad he did, for when I reached home I found that several people In destitute circumstances had called In my absence and some of them had no food for that day. I was able with the money this gentleman gave me to tide them over for a brief period. "Many of us have very little to give but who would not make a sacrifice to save his neighbor from suffering and his neighbors children from want a distress? God will reward the i....u or woman or 'child who ministers to the needs of the unfortunate in this grave crisis. M prayer is that all might know the conditions as I know them. If they did, the gifts would be ample to meet all needs."
1921-06-30 Barbecue Planned for Unemployed Birmingham News Seems to be in part in response to Bryan's call for fresh meats given to unemployed, leading to barbecue, in 'southern fashion'
1921-06-30 Many People Will Be Fed Monday Birmingham News
1921-07-03 Barbecue Planned for Poor and Idle Birmingham News
1921-07-05 Thousands Fed At Free Barbecue, Iron City Packing Company Host At Acipco Birmingham News
1921-07-06 It Was A Great and Glorious Sight Birmingham News
1921-07-13 Body of Jesse C. Terry Is Laid At Rest Our Mountain Home
1921-07-21 Death of W.J. Hand Blocton Enterprise
1921-08-03 Brighton Presbyterian of the South Alabama
1921-08-03 Brighton\, Alabama Presbyterian of the South
1921-08-08 Rev. J.A. Bryan Will Preach At First Presbyterian Church Anniston Star
1921-08-09 Bryan's Sermon for Tomorrow Is Full of Promise Anniston Star
1921-08-10 Bryan To Speak Tonight at Main Auditorium Anniston Star
1921-08-11 Large Crowd Hears Bryan on Wednesday Anniston Star
1921-08-21 The News Is Criticized For Its Sunday Views Birmingham News Argues for Sunday amusements, cites Bryan
1921-09-07 Attends Harp Concert (This is probably the J.A. Bryan from Atlanta) Chattahoochee Valley Times
1921-10-01 Jere C. King Dies At Home In Birmingham The Montgomery Advertiser
1921-10-05 Hon. Jerre C. King Dies At Home In Birmingham Greenville Advocate
1921-11-19 Ministers At Home In Overalls\, Say Local Pastors Who Where Them Birmingham News
1921-12-11 Dr. Bryan To Speak (Strand Theater on the Dignity of Work As The Bible Teaches It) Birmingham News
1921-12-20 Veterans To Get Aid Birmingham News
1921-12-22 Southern Heroes Guests of Women Birmingham News Confederate Vets
1921-12-26 The Heart of Birmingham Grows Kinder Birmingham News
1921-12-26 Heroes Entertained Birmingham News
1921-12-29 Engraving of Dr. Bryan Birmingham News Perhaps the one at Third Presbyterian?
1921-12-29 Confederate Vets Enjoy Dinner Birmingham News
1922-01-07 Beloved Minister Gives Service Pledge Birmingham News "Helping people live better and living better oneself cannot be improved upon, as a life motto..."
1922-01-11 Winner of First Birmingham News Loving Cup Congratulates Winner of the 1921 Trophy Birmingham News
1922-01-12 Welcome New Pastor: Knights of Columbus Hold Reception in Honor of Father Kerrigan Birmingham News
1922-01-16 More Like Munger Needed\, Says First Winner of Cup Birmingham News Partial transcript of Bryan speech for new Loving Cup winner
1922-01-31 Local Union Meeting Birmingham News Invocation of Union Meeting at his church
1922-02-04 War Veterans To Be At Camp Fire Birmingham News
1922-02-09 Smith Wedding Anniston Star
1922-03-09 Watson-Stuckey Wedding Pickens County Herald
1922-04-25 Judy Brown Strolling Around Birmingham News Bryan invites her to his preaching tour
1922-05-07 Overalls and Work Clothes Made By Phillips-Lester Co. Have Big Sale in Southland Birmingham News ""Brother Bryan" Birmingham's beloved preacher of all the people, is a prime favorite, and frequently drops around at the noon hour for a little prayer and a bit of song with the employees."
1922-05-11 Marriage of Miss Kathleen Maxwell Union Banner
1922-05-11 Marriage of Miss Kathleen Maxwell Union Banner
1922-05-22 Streit Hingle Wedding Our Mountain Home
1922-05-31 33 Years At One Church Birmingham News "Of course I am happy, happy in my work, happy with my people--happy with you newpaper folks."
1922-06-03 Pastor To Celebrate Long Term of Service Birmingham News
1922-06-06 Dr. Bryan Honored On Anniversary Birmingham News "At the morning service crowds had to be turned away when the church had already been filled to overflowing. At night it was packed to its utmost capacity. There were people of all creeds and all conditions of life at the services. The church had already been prettily decorated for the occasion, but hundreds of the persons attending the two services brought big bunches of flowers. I think the crowds attending the flowers and the deep interest of those who were present is a fine tribute to the love the people of Birmingham have for Dr. Bryan. I believe that he is one of the best loved ministers the city has ever had."
1922-06-21 Roper-Perdue Mountain Eagle
1922-06-28 Ried Simmons Wedding Keowee Courier
1922-07-15 Doctors Hopeful for Rev. J.A. Bryan Birmingham News
1922-07-16 Dr. Bryan Improves Birmingham News
1922-07-17 Judy Brown Says Birmingham News
1922-07-19 Silver Cup Presbyterian of the South
1922-07-19 Great Home Missionaries
1922-07-20 Dr. J.A. Bryan Is Ill Marion Times Standard
1922-07-22 Dr. Bryan Resting Well In Mobile ilness
1922-07-22 Brother Bryan [sic] Coming Back: That Was The Paramount News of Today ilness
1922-07-22 Minutes of Women's Auxilary (Noting Bryan's Sickness) Womens Auxilary See letter to him
1922-07-22 Minutes of Women's Auxilary (Noting Bryan's Sickness) Womens Auxilary See letter to him Women's Auxilary had guest speak on missions, with a wonderful gathering, "and the only blot on our happiness—the fly in the ointment was that we missed the hearty handclasp of our Dear Pastor—his cheery presence and his loving and thoughtful prayers for our welfare—and knowing that his absence was caused by his physical condition—made us feel worse than of caused by any other reason.
1922-07-22 Prayer for Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1922-07-22 Dr. Park To Preach Birmingham News
1922-07-22 Still In Grip of Prolonged Illness Birmingham News
1922-07-23 Dr. Bryan Improves Birmingham News
1922-07-28 Dr. Bryan Improves Birmingham News
1922-07-30 Dr. Bryan Recovering Birmingham News
1922-08-02 Take a Rest Presbyterian of the South
1922-09-05 Dr. Bryan Leaves Mobile Birmingham News
1922-09-06 Brother Bryan Will Be Coming Back: That Was the Paramount News of Today Birmingham News
1922-09-12 What Birmingham Thinks of Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1922-10-10 Dr. Bryan Back Greatly Improved, Resumes Daily Errands of Mercy News Could this be from earlier illness?
1922-10-16 Dr. Bryan Back Greatly Improved, Resumes Daily Errands of Mercy Birmingham News
1922-10-22 Rev. Bryan Found The News A Comfort Birmingham News
1922-11-29 Holiday Spirit Prevails On Eve of Thanksgiving Birmingham News
1922-11-29 Free Turkey Dinner Birmingham News
1922-11-30 City Gives Thanks, Annual Sacrifice Made By Turkeys Birmingham News
1922-12-01 Thanksgiving Day Passes Quietly Birmingham News
1922-12-02 A Simple Suggestion Birmingham News
1922-12-03 Craddock-Lawson Marriage Ceremony Celebrated Birmingham News
1922-12-03 Thanksgiving Events at Seminary Birmingham News
1922-12-03 Hocut-Fuqua Wedding Formally Announced Birmingham News
1922-12-07 John M. Reed Sand Mountain Banner
1922-12-08 Sufficiently Recovered Birmingham News
1922-12-08 Van Hayes\, Sr Birmingham News
1922-12-11 Mrs. Mary Francis Daniels Birmingham News
1922-12-17 Tuner-McMillan Wedding Ceremony Birmingham News
1922-12-19 Carolyn Scott Birmingham News
1922-12-23 Bryan's Son To Preach Birmingham News
1922-12-25 Birmingham's Joy Deeply Quiet On Christmas Day Birmingham News
1922-12-25 Mrs. Angeline E. Ross Birmingham News
1922-12-27 Rev. and Mrs. J.A. Bryan Hosts At Reception Birmingham News
1922-12-27 To Entertain Friends Birmingham News
1922-12-31 New Year Services Birmingham News
1923-01-01 Pastor Remembered Birmingham News
1923-01-01 Leon Michaelson Dies Birmingham News
1923-01-07 J.H. Norwood Weds Birmingham News
1923-01-08 Plans Being Made For Presentation of 1922 Loving Cup Birmingham News Bryan Please, to Speak
1923-01-10 Three Winners of Loving Cup Meet (Picture) Birmingham News To Give Five Minute Talk
1923-01-12 Hofer-Canterbury Wedding Formally Announced Birmingham News
1923-01-15 First Cup Winner Speaks (Speech ) Birmingham News
1923-01-16 Mrs. Sarah McMurry Birmingham News
1923-01-18 Services Announced Birmingham News 20 Minute Song, 20 Minute Lecture
1923-01-21 Church Windows To Be Kept Lighted Each Evening To Cheer Passerby Birmingham News
1923-01-21 Mrs. Howard School To Hear Prominent Ministers Birmingham News Bryan Speaks Mondays
1923-01-21 Katzenstein Buried Birmingham News
1923-01-23 Mrs. Katie Berbig Holt Birmingham News
1923-02-25 Cornelius-Hutcheson Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-02-25 Thomas Louis Moore Birmingham News
1923-03-01 Dr. Bryan Sixty Celebrates: About His Work As Usual
1923-03-01 Dr. Bryan\, Sixty\, Celebrates: About His Work As Usual
1923-03-04 Morris-Houtz Marriage Formally Announced Birmingham News
1923-03-05 M'Adory-Winfield Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-03-07 Executives Named By Elks Birmingham News Bryan Lifetime Member
1923-03-08 Miss Vaughn Weds Mr. Harry Frazier Birmingham News
1923-03-11 Miss Stoves Weds Mr. Mason Monfree Birmingham News
1923-03-18 Myers-Martin Wedding Solemnized Saturday Birmingham News
1923-03-18 Schoettlin-Crockett Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-03-22 John Davies Birmingham News
1923-03-24 Dr. Bryan To Begin Revival Meetings Birmingham News
1923-04-01 Miller-Taylor Marriage Solemnized Wednesday Birmingham News
1923-04-04 Elks Donate $500 in Hospital Drive Birmingham News Bryan honorary chaplain
1923-04-06 J.A. Walker Dead Birmingham News
1923-04-11 Man Stricken By Gas Succombs Birmingham News
1923-04-15 Hages-Henry Marriage Formally Announced Birmingham News
1923-04-19 Rose-Arnold Wedding Fayette Banner
1923-04-19 Rose-Arnold Wedding Celebrated Birmingham News
1923-04-21 Governor Brandon to Be Member of Moose Birmingham News Bryan made honorary member
1923-04-21 What Dr. Bryan Thinks of Bible Column in News Birmingham News By Bryan
1923-04-23 Dr. Bryan Returns Birmingham News Something is not right here...either they mean the pastor of Second, or pastor of Third
1923-04-23 Return from Biloxi Birmingham News
1923-04-26 $75\,000 In Sight For Sanitorium, Drive Continues Birmingham News Helps in drive by giving speeches
1923-04-27 Plague Campaign Is Sighted By Busy Workers Birmingham News More Hospital Drive
1923-04-27 Dies In Asheville Birmingham News
1923-05-02 Miss Little Completes Plans for Her Wedding Birmingham News
1923-05-07 Many Respond to $10 Appeal For Sanitorium Fund Birmingham News
1923-05-09 Miss Edith Little Becomes Bride of Mr. Paul Barcroft Birmingham News Had married her parents and her sister
1923-05-10 Dr. Bryan Adds Plea for Hospital Fund Birmingham News By Bryan
1923-05-11 The Splendid Fight Against Tuberculosis Birmingham News
1923-05-13 May Festival at Third Presbyterian Church Birmingham News
1923-05-21 W.H. Gordon Birmingham News
1923-05-22 Discuss "Safety First" Birmingham News L&N Railroad
1923-05-28 Miss Coggins Weds Mr J.P. Richardson Birmingham News
1923-05-30 To Celebrate 34th Year Birmingham News
1923-05-30 Forbes-Collins Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1923-05-30 Edifice Which Will Be Formally Dedicated Wednesday To Memory of Noted Educator Birmingham News Dedication of John Herbert Phillips High School
1923-06-01 To Observe Anniversary Birmingham News
1923-06-03 Pastor of Same Church 34 Years\, One Vacation\, Is Minister's Record Birmingham News
1923-06-06 Invite to 34th Anniversary Presbyterian Standard
1923-06-06 King-Smith Wedding Ceremony Birmingham News
1923-06-08 Celebrated Davis' Birthday Birmingham News United Confederate Veterans of Camp Hardee
1923-06-12 Carter-Williams Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-06-12 Jesse M. Coshatt Birmingham News
1923-06-14 Winn-Bryan Wedding Marion TImes Standard Daughter's wedding
1923-06-14 Winn-Bryan Marriage Solemnized Thursday Birmingham News Gov Kilby attends
1923-06-17 Harrison-Powell Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-06-19 Third Presbyterian Circle Gives Ice Cream Social Birmingham News
1923-06-19 Dr. J.A. Bryan's Many Friends Birmingham News Ice Cream Social for Mercy Home Children
1923-06-21 Dead Are Remembered Birmingham News Typographical Union
1923-06-22 King-Smith Wedding Greene County Democrat
1923-06-25 Newsies Pay Tribute To Memory of Oldest Newsboy\, Dead at 70 Birmingham News
1923-07-29 Fogarty-Johnson Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-08-02 Mrs. Annie M Colley Birmingham News
1923-08-05 Plans Completed for Ford-Fowlkes Wedding Birmingham News
1923-08-18 St. John's Church Holds Its Dedication Birmingham News Bryan recalls fire and friendship
1923-08-22 Ashcraft-Gibbons Wedding
1923-08-22 Ashcraft-Gibbons Wedding Montgomery Advertiser
1923-08-23 Ford-Fowlkes Marion TImes Standard
1923-08-23 Services Announced Birmingham News
1923-08-27 Cabinet Member to Come to City Birmingham News Invocation
1923-08-28 Hosts Gather For State Merchants' Annual Assembly Birmingham News Invocation
1923-09-07 3rd Presbyterian To Start Revival Birmingham News
1923-09-10 Covington-Elliott Wedding Birmingham News
1923-09-16 Wedding Plans of Ms. Coe and Mr. Robinson Birmingham News
1923-09-19 Mrs. Walton Dies Birmingham News
1923-09-19 Louie Compton Seminary Opens Birmingham News Talks on Efficacy of Prayer
1923-09-23 Robinson-Coe Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-09-26 Turkish Bath Man Fined By Recorder Birmingham News Racism
1923-09-27 Ford-Bailey Marriage Ceremony Birmingham News
1923-09-27 Beauty Wins Over Parents and Weds Birmingham News
1923-09-28 Dr. Bryan Announces Sunday Night Service Birmingham News
1923-10-01 Judge Opens Court With Prayer and Speeds Up Juries Birmingham News Judge Snyder was member at Third Pres, asks Bryan to pray Monday mornings
1923-10-02 Miller-Atchison Wedding Announced Birmingham News
1923-10-03 Buried in Elmwood Birmingham News Suicide of Olivia B. Berry
1923-10-05 Boys Arrested Birmingham News Robbed Third Pres, slept in Bryan's study
1923-10-14 Judy Brown Says Birmingham News On Divorce and character of Brother Bryan
1923-10-15 Totherow-Stamps Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-10-24 Surprise Friends Birmingham News Harry Cline and Ms. Willie Jackson
1923-10-31 Elks To Meet Birmingham News At Third Presbyterian
1923-11-02 Hutchison-Tomppert McAllister-Bauldauf Birmingham News
1923-11-02 Funeral Is Held for W.L Newberry Birmingham News
1923-11-04 Oster-Groff Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-11-08 Newsies Elect Birmingham News Bryan elected honorary member
1923-11-10 Kilby Is Hopeful Underwood Wins The Montgomery Advertiser
1923-11-10 Growing Tributes Are Paid To Kilby Birmingham News Bryan attends former Governors Going Away
1923-11-11 Comrades Attend Funeral of Lee Birmingham News Detective shot by son, KKK attends funeral in hoods
1923-11-12 Mrs. Paine Dies Birmingham News Funeral in Mentone, beautiful historic building
1923-11-18 Meetings at YMCA Birmingham News
1923-11-18 Moore-Adams Wedding Takes Place Monday Birmingham News
1923-11-27 Dr. Bryan To Preach Birmingham News 35th Thanksgiving Services
1923-11-28 Elks Distribute Food Birmingham News Opening and Closing Prayer
1923-11-29 Thanksgiving 1923 Is Pastor's 35th Celebration With Same Congregation Birmingham News
1923-12-01 Memorial Service of Local Elks Sunday Birmingham News
1923-12-02 Special Services at Misses Howard's School Birmingham News
1923-12-02 Thanksgiving at the Seminary Birmingham News
1923-12-03 Miss Howe Weds Mr. Carl Levens Birmingham News
1923-12-03 Memorial Service Observed By Elks Birmingham News
1923-12-04 Community Chest Birmingham News "and as your brother, Dr. J.A. Bryan prayed here so fervently tonight, every dollar we have belongs to God."
1923-12-05 Sherrod-Hutto Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1923-12-08 Walter Hill-Mary McGimsey Birmingham News
1923-12-09 Ridout-Dorris Marriage Takes Place Thursday Birmingham News
1923-12-10 Atcheson-Smith Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1923-12-15 Funeral Announced Mrs. A.W. Tyler Birmingham News
1923-12-17 Mrs. A.W. Tyler Birmingham News
1923-12-17 Martin-McVay Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1923-12-19 A Study in Pastorates Presbyterian Standard Includes very important article from Birmingham Newspaper
1923-12-19 Presbyterian Standard
1923-12-19 Elks to Be Santa To Needy Children Birmingham News
1923-12-19 Large Number of Children Expected Birmingham News
1923-12-21 Funeral Announced Mrs. A. H. Moore Birmingham News
1923-12-21 Special Services Announced by Dr. Bryan Birmingham News Greet From 9Am to 10Pm
1923-12-22 Mrs. A.H. Moore Birmingham News
1923-12-22 Local Elks Will Entertain Children with Large Christmas Tree Birmingham News
1923-12-23 Pastor Sends Out Christmas Reminder Birmingham News Note by Bryan
1923-12-23 Ready for Elk's Tree Birmingham News
1923-12-24 Funeral Is Held for James G Steel Birmingham News Mine Accident
1923-12-24 Dr. Bryan Announces Christmas Services Birmingham News
1923-12-25 Elks Spread Cheer Birmingham News
1923-12-26 Rev. and Mrs. Bryan Give Annual Reception Birmingham News
1923-12-28 Parsons-Pitt Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1923-12-29 Funeral of Loy Set For Sunday Birmingham News
1923-12-31 Third Presbyterian Announces Service Birmingham News
1923-12-31 Jefferson Davis Chapter U.D.C. Honors Veterans Birmingham News
1924-01-12 Noted Evangelist To Assist Dr. Bryan Birmingham News H.L. Turner
1924-01-15 Human Contact Urged By Berry Birmingham News Birmingham Pressmen's Union, invocation by Bryan
1924-01-19 Meeting for Men Birmingham News Third Pres Special Service
1924-01-24 Stewart-Greer Marriage Formally Announced Birmingham News
1924-01-28 Tribute Is Paid New's Publisher Birmingham News Bryan Invocation short and sweet
1924-02-07 Owen Gillespy To Wed Birmingham News Saffold
1924-02-07 John J. Johns Birmingham News
1924-02-07 Gillespy-Saffold Marriage Takes Place Birmingham News
1924-02-08 Dr. Bryan To Preach: "God's Way To Save Birmingham From Vice" Birmingham News
1924-02-08 John J. Johns Birmingham News
1924-02-14 Maurice Rebels Dead Birmingham News
1924-02-16 Elks Attend Church in A Body Birmingham News Attend Third Pres
1924-02-17 To Attend Church Birmingham News Elks At Third
1924-02-18 Elks Attend Service Birmingham News Mentions What Bryan said
1924-02-23 Elks Memorial Tablet Service Held Tuesday Birmingham News Basil Allen, former Elk Leader
1924-02-24 Miss Webb Becomes Bride of Mr. Robinson Birmingham News
1924-03-02 Troop 34 Has Father and Son Banquet Birmingham News
1924-03-02 Child Conservation League Birmingham News
1924-03-02 Mrs. N.E. Foster Birmingham News
1924-03-09 Child Conservation League Holds Interesting Meeting Birmingham News Speaks on "Heredity"
1924-03-11 Widely Known Norwood Man Passes Birmingham News Simply Pall Bearer for Carns
1924-03-12 Former Congressmen To Be Honor Guest At Business Club Banquet Birmingham News Invocation
1924-03-12 Miss Syx Becomes Bride of Mr. Joyce Birmingham News
1924-03-16 Tin Foil Flag Won By Alley School Birmingham News
1924-03-17 Mrs. Ashworth To Be Buried Monday Birmingham News
1924-03-20 Dr. Bryan 61, At Same Church 34 Years Birmingham News Birthday wishes from paper
1924-03-22 Victim of Auto Crank Succombs Birmingham News Raymond Watts
1924-03-23 To The Children Birmingham News Tin Foil Flag, "We all just love him"
1924-03-30 Beasley-Dobyns Birmingham News
1924-03-30 Vincent H. Morris Birmingham News
1924-04-02 Rev. Bryan Receives Cards from Friends in Bethlehem Birmingham News From Mrs. Robert Jemison
1924-04-02 Mrs. George W. Courson Birmingham News
1924-04-05 Funeral Held Birmingham News Bernadine Murphy Suicide
1924-04-05 Esquire Rank Next Birmingham News Pythian funeral
1924-04-09 Dr. Bryan to Preach: "The Things the Scotch People Have Done For the Salvation of the World" Birmingham News
1924-04-12 Good Citizenship Is Stone's Theme Birmingham News Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
1924-04-13 Letter from Child Birmingham News Tin Foil Flag, girl writes that picture of Bryan is in classroom
1924-04-17 Dr. Bryan to Preach: "Bible's Teaching Concerning Resurrection of Body" Birmingham News
1924-04-27 DeKalb County High Birmingham News Commencement Speaker in Fort Payne
1924-04-30 Frank Tovas Birmingham News
1924-05-01 O.C. Horne\, Jr. Birmingham News
1924-05-02 Funeral Service Set for Friday Birmingham News Lucy Miles
1924-05-03 Dr. Bryan To Preach: Victories of Christianity Birmingham News
1924-05-03 Clayton E. Arnold Birmingham News
1924-05-05 Pioneer Woman Dies Birmingham News Sarah McCulla
1924-05-16 William H. Rosendolf Birmingham News
1924-05-24 Local Moose Want Next Convention Birmingham News Preaches Memorial Address
1924-05-28 Dr. Bryan To Defend Fundamentalist Idea Birmingham News
1924-06-01 Judy Brown Says: Brother Bryan Post
1924-06-01 J.A. Bryan Celebrates 35th Year At Church Birmingham News
1924-06-02 "If The Fundamentals Be Destroyed\, What Can The RIghteous Do?" Birmingham News
1924-06-02 Tribute Paid Birmingham Pastor Selma Times
1924-06-03 Judy Brown Says: Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1924-06-04 Thomas Bryan To Preach Birmingham News
1924-06-06 Continues Topic Birmingham News Fundamentalism Topic
1924-06-08 Commencement Week At Loulie Compton Seminary Birmingham News Gives Invocation
1924-06-27 Dr. Bryan To Speak on "The Covenant" Birmingham News
1924-07-10 Dr. Bryan To Preach: "On Victory Through Christ" Birmingham News
1924-07-13 Dawson-Harrison The Montgomery Times
1924-07-23 The Romance of Home Missions review by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1924-07-23 "The Romance of Home Missions" review by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1924-07-30 Leith-Askew Marriage Ceremony Birmingham News
1924-08-02 Dorothy Davis Birmingham News 2 year old
1924-08-15 Third Presbyterian Announces Services Birmingham News
1924-08-28 Benefit Ice Cream Social At Home of Mrs. Brough Friday Birmingham News
1924-08-31 Miss Ward Becomes Bride of Mr. Latting Birmingham News
1924-09-01 Elks to Conduct Funeral Services of C.F. Morris Birmingham News
1924-09-04 Lindquist-Fyock Wedding Announced Birmingham News
1924-09-07 Pruitt-Wages Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1924-09-11 Dr. Bryan To Preach Birmingham News Invites Couples He Has Married
1924-09-14 Mrs. Margaret Reiss Gentle Birmingham News
1924-09-14 Dr. Mordecai To Address Seminary Students Birmingham News
1924-09-18 Dr. Bryan To Preach: "The Sufficiency of Christ" "The Church Has Never Failed In Its Task" Birmingham News
1924-09-20 Elks To Hold Weekly Meetings Hereafter Birmingham News
1924-10-12 McKay-Wilson Wedding Takes Place Birmingham News
1924-10-13 Jasper Neuton Beason Birmingham News
1924-10-17 Miss Tyner Weds Mr. Howard Tanner Birmingham News
1924-10-17 Erickson Ready for Auditorium Birmingham News Bryan Prays at Dedication
1924-10-19 To Honor Uncle Zeb Birmingham News
1924-10-20 Infant Brents Dies Birmingham News
1924-10-21 Judy Brown Says: Some Impressions of The Opening Birmingham News
1924-10-26 Dr. Bryan To Speak: Presbyterian Minister To Address Negroes At Rally For Building Fund Birmingham News St. John AME Church
1924-10-31 Essig-Christopher Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1924-10-31 Miss Holt Weds Mr. Frank Powell Birmingham News
1924-10-31 Edward A. Ross Birmingham News
1924-11-02 Swift-Wiser Marriage Solemnized Wednesday Birmingham News
1924-11-02 What Negroes Are Doing Birmingham News
1924-11-06 Body of E.C. Elliott Killed By Train Rests in Elmwood Birmingham News
1924-11-09 Miss Griffin Weds Mr. Dwight Cochrane Birmingham News
1924-11-11 Miss Matthews Weds Mr. Manly F. Baker Birmingham News
1924-11-14 Mrs. Billie Martin Birmingham News
1924-11-19 Miss Mathews Weds Mr Manly F. Baker Lamar Democrat
1924-11-21 League To Be Host Birmingham News League of Women Voters
1924-11-23 Double Wedding at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Birmingham News
1924-11-30 J.C. Perkerson Birmingham News Died of Acute Alcoholism
1924-11-30 Miss Brown Weds Mr. W. Lloyd Garrison Birmingham News
1924-11-30 J.L. Haver Dies Birmingham News
1924-12-05 Confederate Veterans of Jefferson County Birmingham News Speaker, meets at Third
1924-12-08 Mrs. Mary E. Crawford Birmingham News
1924-12-14 Hunt-Bross Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1924-12-21 Simple Services Held For Bedham Birmingham News
1924-12-21 Joseph A James Birmingham News Confederate Veteran
1924-12-24 Dr. Bryan Grateful Birmingham News "I am both sorrowful and grateful at this Christmas season. Sorrowing over the old friends who have passed and grateful for the new ones. But we must not tarry too long in thoughts of the past. There are opportunities present for service now ... I am grateful, too, this Christmas for wonderful Birmingham—the city that is taking such forward steps in caring for its poor and needy."
1924-12-26 Harris' Funeral Set For Friday Birmingham News
1924-12-28 Dr. and Mrs. Bryan To Receive Friends Tuesday Birmingham News
1924-12-29 Veterans To Feast Birmingham News Brings Confederate Veterans to his house
1924-12-29 Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Hosts At Annual Reception Birmingham News
1924-12-30 Miss Ricketts Becomes Bride of Mr. O'Rear Birmingham News
1925-01-05 Body of Infant Found In Department Store Birmingham News
1925-01-08 Leslie Warren Wimbley Birmingham News
1925-01-12 Snyder Impanels Jury With Prayer Birmingham News
1925-01-14 Judd-Dewitt Marriage Quietly Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-01-21 Cole-Speed Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-02-05 Enter Pastor's Home Birmingham News Burglers
1925-02-05 Dies At Infirmary Birmingham News Emily Belle Hamilton
1925-02-14 Dewy Phillips Birmingham News
1925-02-22 Somerhill-Beason Birmingham News
1925-02-22 Miss Knox Becomes Bride of Mr. McNutt Birmingham News
1925-03-09 Garrison Funeral Set For Tuesday Birmingham News
1925-03-11 Pappas-Michaelson Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1925-03-14 Bence W. Ward Dies Birmingham News Elevator Accident
1925-03-17 Houston Flogging Probe Completed Birmingham News Bryan a witness in Grand Jury testimony, KKK members were flogging opponents
1925-03-19 To Honor Pastor Birmingham News 62nd Birthday
1925-03-27 Crowe-Lyons Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-03-30 Mrs. Ware Dies Birmingham News
1925-04-05 Miss Stinson Weds Mr. Jack Echols Birmingham News
1925-04-21 State Plumbers Hold Convention Birmingham News
1925-04-22 J.W. Dickinson Dies Birmingham News
1925-05-09 Elks of State To Have a Good Time Birmingham News
1925-05-12 Elks in Convention Selma Times-Journal Bryan Chaplain
1925-05-18 J.P. Kennedy Dead Birmingham News
1925-05-20 Son Graduates from Columbia Seminary Presbyterian Standard
1925-05-24 Commencement Plans: Jefferson County High Birmingham News
1925-05-26 Zellers-Grant Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1925-06-01 Louis Chitwood Birmingham News
1925-06-02 Anniversary Service Birmingham News
1925-06-05 Pastor Stresses 'Joy of Ministry' During 36 Years Birmingham News
1925-06-06 Preached Here First Thirty-Six Years Ago Birmingham News
1925-06-09 Mary Wimberly Birmingham News
1925-06-12 Smith Funeral Set For Friday Birmingham News
1925-06-14 BRT Program Out Birmingham News Trainmen
1925-06-15 Railway Workers Hold Memorials Birmingham News at Third Pres
1925-06-15 Miss Moore and Mr. Hollinsworth Married June 12 Selma Times
1925-06-17 Celebrate 36 years Presbyterian Standard Quotes June 8 1925 Age-Herald
1925-06-17 Celebrate 36 years Presbyterian Standard Quotes June 8, 1925 Age-Herald
1925-06-19 Dutton-Key Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-06-21 Miss Montgomery Is Bride of Mr. Knight Birmingham News
1925-06-23 Christiensen-Harvey Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-06-28 Miss Gertrude Mehaffney Weds Mr Hunter G. Jarman Birmingham News
1925-06-30 Price-Fulton Wedding Ceremony Takes Place Birmingham News
1925-07-01 Bryan To Hold Service Birmingham News Odd Fellows Hall for the Presbyterians of Tarrant City
1925-07-01 Miss Tanner Becomes Bride of Mr. Bearden Birmingham News
1925-07-07 Larvelere-Taylor Wedding An Event of Monday Birmingham News
1925-07-15 Miss Corr Weds Mr. Sam Chappell Birmingham News
1925-07-18 To Address Firemen Birmingham News
1925-07-26 Frank M. Justice Birmingham News
1925-07-31 Plan Ice Cream Social Birmingham News Bryan is "keenly interested in the affair"
1925-08-01 To Enter Upon Minsterial Duties (Harry Bryan) News
1925-08-02 Miss Chapman Weds Mr. Donald S. Wright Birmingham News
1925-08-11 William Joseph Shipman Birmingham News
1925-08-16 Dennis-Cooper Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1925-08-23 Andersen-Weidenbach Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1925-08-26 Henry Link Birmingham News
1925-08-28 Plans 'Memory' Service Birmingham News
1925-08-29 Ex-Slaves To Gather Birmingham News
1925-08-31 Wilson-Kennedy Wedding on Tuesday Birmingham News
1925-09-01 Ex-Slaves Meet Birmingham News
1925-09-02 Miss Kennedy Becomes Miss Wilson Birmingham News
1925-09-03 Norman-Hayes Marriage Formally Announced Birmingham News
1925-09-05 Phillips Funeral Is Held Saturday Birmingham News M. Paul Phillips
1925-09-09 Mrs. Ida Whaley Taylor Birmingham News
1925-09-12 Revival Services at Avondale Presbyterian Church Birmingham News
1925-09-13 Cowart-Mansell Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-09-14 Mrs. C.L. Altman Dies At Age 71 Birmingham News
1925-09-14 Mrs Altman Dead in Birmingham Huntsville Times
1925-09-16 W.L. Lochridge Birmingham News
1925-09-20 Mrs. Bayzer Becomes Bride of Mr. Burton Birmingham News
1925-09-26 Funeral Is Held for Infant Child Birmingham News
1925-10-01 To Work In China Birmingham News See quote
1925-10-01 Pioneer's Funeral Set For Thursday Birmingham News A.C. Oxford
1925-10-14 Southworth-Orrison Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-10-18 Mindie-Brinsfield Wedding Solemnized Birmingham News
1925-10-19 Presbyterians Install Pastor Birmingham News
1925-10-19 Miss Martin Becomes Bride of Mr. M'Brayer Birmingham News
1925-10-26 Mrs. Clara Burns Birmingham News
1925-10-29 Dinner Is Planned: For Retiring City Commissioners Birmingham News
1925-10-30 Birmingham Has Grown In Grace and In Spiritual Life Says Pastor
1925-10-30 Birmingham Has Grown In Grace and In Spiritual Life\, Says Pastor
1925-11-04 Erick Frenke Birmingham News
1925-11-05 Wedding Martin McGrager Elba Clipper
1925-11-06 Mrs. Mayo Holiday Birmingham News
1925-11-08 Women Sponsor Negro Benefit Birmingham News
1925-11-12 N.A. Mathuson Birmingham News
1925-11-14 Birmingham Women Back Concert In Aid of Pine Grove Negro School Birmingham News
1925-11-15 Double Funeral Birmingham News Live Wire accident
1925-11-15 Ellis-Sheldon Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1925-11-26 Six Denominations Represented In Thanksgiving Message To City Birmingham News Bryan first name among pastors and rabbi
1925-11-28 G.B. McCormack Called By Death Early Saturday Birmingham News
1925-11-29 Thanksgiving Activities at Loulie Compton Birmingham News
1925-12-01 Services for Dr. Frank Webb To Be Held Tuesday Night Birmingham News
1925-12-06 B.L. Clark Birmingham News
1925-12-09 Birmingham Civics Students Present When Congress Opens in Washington Birmingham News Photo with Bryan and students
1925-12-22 James McFarlin Birmingham News
1925-12-23 Minister Fitted Out Birmingham News
1925-12-27 Rev. and Mrs. Bryan Hosts At Annual Reception Birmingham News
1925-12-28 Moran Funeral Set For Monday Birmingham News
1925-12-29 Rev. and Mrs. Bryan Hosts At Informal Reception Birmingham News
1925-12-31 Mrs. Lela Manor Cooper Birmingham News
1926-01-04 Judy Brown: Bible Reading Birmingham News It is no longer usual even for a minister calling on the members of his flock to offer the formerly highly prized "word of prayer," though it is true that Brother Bryan is apt to pray with you wherever he happens to meet you, especially if any of your relatives are ill or you are In other trouble. Prayer does not em barrass him at all, and strange to say it does not seem to embarrass those with whom he prays, though j ! probably they are not used to it.
1926-01-04 Anthony Joo Birmingham News
1926-01-06 Body of James R. Lambly Sent To Brookly for Burial Birmingham News
1926-01-18 Pastor Offers Help Birmingham News
1926-01-22 Mrs. Hudson Becomes Bride of Mr. Ferguson Birmingham News
1926-01-24 The Birmingham News' Loving Cups: Their Inspiration To Human Service Birmingham News
1926-01-24 Huey Funeral Set Birmingham News
1926-01-31 Mrs. Vera Fleming Birmingham News
1926-02-04 W.M. Jenkins\, 44\, Called By Death Birmingham News
1926-02-09 Arthur E. Bees Birmingham News
1926-02-11 Bro Bryan To Preach Birmingham News Meet for spiritual counsel
1926-02-18 Schillinger Buried Birmingham News
1926-02-22 Will Talk To Needy Birmingham News
1926-02-26 Byrd Funeral Birmingham News
1926-02-27 Alex H. Hackney Birmingham News
1926-02-28 Hackney Burial Sunday Birmingham News
1926-03-11 Miles Mosely Birmingham News
1926-03-18 Midnight Crash Fatal To Youth Birmingham News Alton Smith
1926-03-18 James U. Little Birmingham News
1926-03-19 "Brother" Bryan On 63rd Birthday Gives Love To The City Birmingham News
1926-03-19 James U. Little Birmingham News
1926-03-19 Crash VIctim Rites Birmingham News Alton Smith
1926-03-20 Handley Memorial Birmingham News Assists with Every Member Canvass
1926-03-26 Edith Louise Hart Birmingham News
1926-03-28 Theodore Smith Birmingham News
1926-03-31 Charles Harold Pike Birmingham News
1926-04-06 House-Bell Marriage Formally Announced Birmingham News
1926-04-13 Abandoned Baby Found By Deputy Buried Tuesday Birmingham News
1926-04-13 Popwell-Davidson Marriage Solemnized Birmingham News
1926-04-21 $50\,000 Is Sought By Presbyterians Birmingham News Bryan's church has 153 new members for the year
1926-04-28 Mrs. Richard Knief Birmingham News
1926-05-09 Dodds-Clark Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1926-05-10 White's Funderal Set For Monday Birmingham News
1926-05-10 A.M. Hill Birmingham News
1926-05-12 Body of Stuart Lies In State At Church He Loved Birmingham News George Stuart
1926-05-24 Mrs. Lydia Welton Birmingham News
1926-05-26 Crews-Jennings Marriage Announced Birmingham News
1926-05-29 Gwyer Funeral Sunday Birmingham News
1926-06-02 Invitation to 37th anniversary Presbyterian Standard
1926-06-03 Bro Bryan Given Ford Birmingham News
1926-06-05 Brother J.A. Bryan Will Celebrate HIs 37th Anniversary Labor Advocate
1926-06-17 Church Buys Car for 37th Anniversary Rockford Chronicle
1926-08-15 Revival Planned As Interlude to Ex-Slaves Feast Birmingham News
1926-08-20 Barbecue Planned Birmingham News
1926-08-22 Ex-Slaves Set Free By War\, Pay Tribute To Old-Time Southland Birmingham News
1926-09-08 Son of Widely Known Pastor To Enter Upon Minsterial Duties (Harry Bryan) Birmingham News
1926-09-17 Bryan To Preach Birmingham News Despite encroachments by the business section, the Third Presbyterian Church is carrying on. "But they're driving all my people further away and I can't see them like I used to" said the Rev. J.A. Bryan for nearly 40 years pastor of the church. "So will you please announce for me that there will be the usual services Sunday?"
1926-10-27 Ex-Congressmen's Rich Widow Weds A Traffic Officer Knoxville News
1926-11-05 The Story of Brother Bryan Birmingham Post
1926-11-05 The Story of Brother Bryan PLUS Post Herald
1926-11-06 Brother Bryan Says 'We Are God's Own' First Sermon in Series Birmingham Post
1926-11-06 Brother Bryan's Son To Conduct Revival Birmingham Post
1926-11-26 Convict Leasing Hit From Pulpit Birmingham News
1926-12-24 Bryan Serenaded Birmingham News By Police
1926-12-28 "Brother" Bryan and Wife To Be Hosts At Reception Birmingham News
1927-01-01 A Poem to Brother Bryan
1927-01-01 Palestine Fund for "Brother" Bryan and Wife Well On Way To Realization late spring
1927-01-05 The Night Congregation by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard
1927-01-24 Bryan Offers Help Birmingham News
1927-01-30 Promotional: Aren't They Worth It Birmingham News
1927-02-06 Hobbies of Birmingham Pastors As Varied As Their Personalities Birmingham News Includes picture and nice description
1927-03-09 Lucille Tate Bryan Presbyterian Standard Funeral of his Daughter-in-Law
1927-03-09 Lucile Tate Bryan Presbyterian Standard Funeral of his Daughter-in-Law
1927-03-31 L.O.O.M. Addressed: Dictator Urges Attendance At Service Honoring Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1927-04-01 Bryan to Preach Birmingham News Revival at Inglenook Presbyterian Church
1927-04-03 Sermon in City Auditorium Labor Advocate
1927-04-03 Birmingham To Pay Royal Tribute To "Brother" Bryan on Birthday Birmingham News
1927-04-04 Bro. Bryan Honored Birmingham Post BEAUTIFUL
1927-04-04 5000 Hear Minister In Farewell Sermon Kingsport Times
1927-04-04 Brother Bryan Breaks Birthday Bread Blesses Beloved Birmingham Brethren News
1927-04-04 Brother Bryan Breaks Birthday Bread Blesses Beloved Birmingham Brethren Birmingham News
1927-04-04 Bro. Bryan Honored
1927-04-04 Bro. Bryan Honored Birmingham Post
1927-04-06 Tarrant Mission Presbyterian Standard Harry supplies for summer
1927-04-15 Easter Musical Events at Loulie Compton Birmingham News "Dr. J.A. Bryan introduced the program with Scripture reading and prayer in his own earnest style."
1927-04-17 M'Gregor Heads Passenger Body Birmingham News The Rev. Dr. J.A. Bryan pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church offered prayer before dinner was served and later made a short talk in which he expressed his love for and appreciation of the railroad men and wished them God speed in their work.
1927-04-20 Church stats by Bryan Presbyterian Standard 227 profession of faith "For these great blessings this church is very grateful to God and is praying to go forward for Jesus Christ. This is far ahead of any work this church has accomplished for the Lord and it is a call for us to do more."
1927-04-20 Rev. J..A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard D.D. Honored
1927-04-20 Rev. J..A. Bryan\, D.D. Honored Presbyterian Standard
1927-04-20 Church stats by Bryan Presbyterian Standard 227 profession of faith "For these great blessings this church is very grateful to God, and is praying to go forward, for Jesus Christ. This is far ahead of any work this church has accomplished for the Lord, and it is a call for us to do more."
1927-04-20 Christ Needed Today sermon by J.A. Bryan with article Presbyterian Standard
1927-04-20 Judy Brown Says: Strolling Around Birmingham News
1927-05-08 Judy Brown Says: VIrtue Its Own Reward Birmingham News You will observe that those who make the greatest success of their efforts to help humanity are the ones who look for and desire no reward. There is Brother Bryan, for instance. He simply will not be rewarded! Even if you send him some delicacy for the table, he hunts busily about to find some really hungry person to whom to give it. He neither expects nor desires reward.
1927-05-13 Prayer for Victims Birmingham News Mississippi flood, most destructive flood in history of U.S.
1927-05-14 Revival Will Begin in New Tabernacle On Eighth Avenue Birmingham News Bryan opening service
1927-05-15 For 38 Years He Has Worked Unceasingly Birmingham News
1927-05-15 Jones To Present Park Golf Links Birmingham News
1927-05-16 Palestine Fund for "Brother" Bryan and Wife Well On Way To Realization Birmingham News
1927-05-16 After Years of Love's Labor--A Vacation For Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1927-05-17 By the Way Birmingham News
1927-05-17 Brother Bryan's Good Deeds Reach Far, Tampa Man Donates To Fund Birmingham News Phones the Birmingham News to thank them
1927-05-18 This Prophet "Honored By His Own", Class in Bryan Church Gives To Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-19 Police Department Donates To Fund To Give "Brother" Bryan a Vacation Birmingham News
1927-05-20 Brother Bryan's Imagination Soars Over Ocean To Exult in Jerusalem Birmingham News
1927-05-21 Brother Bryan Pours over Maps in Keep Anticipation of Palestine Birmingham News
1927-05-22 From Hills and Vales\, Far and Near\, Come Gifts to Bryan Vacation Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-22 Bible Class Plans Lawn Fete "Brother Bryan" Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-23 Brother' Bryan Vacation Fund Now Past $1\,300\, But More Is Needed Birmingham News
1927-05-24 Way To Palestine Is Paved\, But More Money Is Needed for Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1927-05-25 Lawn Fete By Bible Class To Aid Brother Bryan Vacation Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-26 Gift From Son To Mother On 'Her Day' Goes To Swell Bryan Palestine Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-26 Forget Me Not Sewing Club Luncheon Tuesday Birmingham News
1927-05-27 West End Children Give Performance To Help Swell Bryan Holy Land Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-28 Birmingham's Reward For 38 Years of Service Nears Goal--Bryan Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-28 Benefit Mock Trial Birmingham News
1927-05-29 Another Kick In Donkey's Ribs Will Send Bryan Fund Into Home Stretch Birmingham News
1927-05-29 37 To Graduate: Brother Bryan Preaches Sermon for Shades-Cahaba High Birmingham News
1927-05-29 Mock Trial Will Add To Bryan Palestine Fund Birmingham News
1927-05-29 Hillman Hospital Nurses Training School Gives Diplomas To Fourteen Young Women Birmingham News
1927-05-30 Fire Laddies Help Push Vacation Fund for Brother Bryan Over Top Birmingham News
1927-05-31 Brother Bryan Fund For Holy Land Trip Oversubscribed Nearly $500 Birmingham News
1927-05-31 Tribute Paid To Birmingham Dead Birmingham News
1927-06-01 Birmingham Shows Brother Bryan It Prizes His Career of Service Anniversary Also includes REvivalist quote
1927-06-01 Miscellaneous Articles Anniversary Also includes REvivalist quote
1927-06-01 Bryan Fund Editor Cries Out 'Enough' Birmingham News
1927-06-01 Beloved Preacher Goes To Holy Land
1927-06-01 Beloved Preacher Goes To Holy Land Birmingham Post
1927-06-01 Brother Bryan and Son Leave Birmingham Starting First Lap of Trip To Holy Land
1927-06-01 Beloved Preacher Goes to Holy Land
1927-06-01 The Cup That Is Overbrimming—And A Cup That Should Be Filled Birmingham News
1927-06-02 Bryan Fund Now Nears $4\,000 Mark Birmingham News
1927-06-03 Bryan Fund Now Nears $4 Birmingham News 000 Mark
1927-06-03 Bryan Fund Now Nears $4\,000 Mark Birmingham News Different Day, same story
1927-06-04 Rev. J.A. Bryan To Hold 38th Anniversary Services Sunday
1927-06-04 Rev. J.A. Bryan To Hold 38th Anniversary Services Sunday Birmingham Post
1927-06-04 Fund For Bryan Is $1\,000 Beyond Sum Asked For Birmingham News
1927-06-05 Surprise For Brother Bryan To Be Offered At Anniversary Services Birmingham News
1927-06-05 Church Bulletin note printed by Labor Advocate and info concerning train lines
1927-06-05 Church Bulletin\, note printed by Labor Advocate and info concerning train lines Church Bulletin
1927-06-06 Trip To Holy Land Becomes Reality To Brother Bryan Birmingham News 2 pages
1927-06-06 Trip To Holy Land Becomes Reality To Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1927-06-06 Trip To Holy Land Becomes Reality To Brother Bryan Holy Land 04
1927-06-08 Brother Bryan Leaves Today
1927-06-11 Bryan Gets Trip to 19270616
1927-06-11 Bryan Gets Trip Birmingham Post
1927-06-12 Committee Checks Fund For Bryan and Works Out Details of Trip To Holy Land Birmingham News
1927-06-16 And I'll Stand On the Very Spot Where My Savior Died For Me--Brother Bryan Birmingham Post
1927-06-16 "And I'll Stand On the Very Spot Where My Savior Died For Me"--Brother Bryan Birmingham Post
1927-06-17 Dream of Lifetime To Begin Unfolding Monday When Dr. Bryan Starts Journey Birmingham News
1927-06-18 Brother Bryan Leaves Today Birmingham Post
1927-06-18 Brother Bryan Leaves Today Birmingham Post
1927-06-19 Dr. Bryan and Son To Leave Monday Birmingham News
1927-06-20 Brother Bryan and Son Leave Birmingham Starting First Lap of Trip To Holy Land Birmingham News
1927-06-21 Tears and Smiles Mingle as Brother Bryan Leaves City Age Herald
1927-06-21 Brother Bryan Off For Holy Land Birmingham Post
1927-06-21 "May God Bless You All, I Love You!" Brother Bryan Says in Benediction Birmingham News
1927-06-25 Brother Bryan Off For Holy Land Labor Advocate
1927-06-26 Brother Bryan En Route To Calvary Sees Arlington and Capitol News
1927-06-26 Brother Bryan\, En Route To Calvary\, Sees Arlington and Capital Birmingham News
1927-07-01 Hundreds Crowd Church To Hear Brother Bryan's Thirty-Ninth Anniversary Service Holy Land 15
1927-07-01 Birmingham Pastor Is Ap[...]: Trip A Revelation To Brother Bryan (Brother Bryan Mailed to Friend)
1927-07-01 After Years of Love's Labor--A Vacation For Brother Bryan
1927-07-01 Holy Land 03
1927-07-01 Dream of Lifetime To Begin Unfolding Monday When Dr. Bryan Starts Journey (June 19 Holy Land 04 1927)
1927-07-01 Holy Land 05
1927-07-01 Holy Land 06
1927-07-01 Holy Land 07
1927-07-01 Holy Land 08
1927-07-01 Holy Land 09
1927-07-01 Holy Land 10
1927-07-01 Holy Land 11
1927-07-01 Welcome Home! Holy Land 15
1927-07-01 Dr. Bryan To Mark Fortieth Year of Ministerial Work (1929) Holy Land 15
1927-07-01 Beloved Pastor Is Saluted By Friends From Many Parts of The Nation Holy Land 15
1927-07-04 Bryan In Scotland Birmingham News
1927-07-06 Holy Land Trip Presbyterian Standard
1927-07-10 Vagabond Notes Birmingham News "Brother" Bryans trip to the Holy Land proves how the people of Birmingham appreciate the highest type of giving. Someone told the Vagabond thq other day of a little incident of Brother Bryan's Innate charity. He was drivlhg In the country on 4 bitter cdld day and met a man who was thinly clad, shivering and bent to the wind. Brother Bryan stopped his conveyance, got out, spoke to the man, took off his own overcoat and put it around the half-freezing person, who was probably Just a vagabond, knelt with him and prayed, and went home warmed only from within by the radiance of his bright spirit.
1927-07-16 Sermon at Shops Before Leaving for Holy Land Labor Advocate
1927-07-17 "I Accept With Gratitude Gift of Rest Given By My Friends" —Bryan Birmingham News Letter By Bryan
1927-07-18 Brother Bryan Views Hills of Historic France Birmingham News
1927-07-24 Story of Palestine Convinces Student Recorded Events Happened Birmingham News
1927-07-24 Brother Bryan Won't Have Need For Raincoat in Palestine\, Says Pries Birmingham News
1927-08-07 World's Capital City of Beauty But No Toursist Haunt Birmingham News Birmingham Woman Encounters Brother Bryan On His Holy Land Tour (In Geneva)
1927-08-07 Scene\, Famed in Holy Writ\, To Be Among Scenes Visited By Bro. Bryan Birmingham News
1927-08-14 Brother Bryan Impressed With Wonders of Geneva As Peace Center Birmingham News By Bryan
1927-08-21 Bryan In Jerusalem Birmingham News
1927-08-21 Rome Convinces Dr. Bryan Anew That Bible Records Historical Facts Birmingham News By Bryan
1927-08-31 Some of Scotland's Great Ones by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard My body, my brain, my eyes, are in the British Isles this evening; my heart is really in Birmingham, Alabama, with the work I love better than my life. I beg all my friends in Alabama to rededicate their lives to Christ, my Life, niy All, My King.
1927-08-31 Some of Scotland's Great Ones by J.A. Bryan Presbyterian Standard "My body, my brain, my eyes, are in the British Isles this evening; my heart is really in Birmingham, Alabama, with the work I love better than my life. I beg all my friends in Alabama to rededicate their lives to Christ, my Life, niy All, My King."
1927-08-31 Presbyterian Standard
1927-09-01 Brother Bryan Back Home From Holy Land
1927-09-01 Brother Bryan Back Home From Holy Land Probably Birmingham Post
1927-09-01 Talk With Pastor Gives Interviewer Vision of Galilee ND Holy Land Reflection
1927-09-01 Brother Bryan Is Life Member of Theatrical Union Theater Union
1927-09-04 Birmingham Pastor Is Approaching Goal On Voyage To Holy Land Birmingham News By Bryan
1927-09-08 Dr. Bryan En Route Birmingham News
1927-09-10 To Land In New York Weekly Call
1927-09-10 Brother Bryan on Way Home Labor Advocate
1927-09-12 Bryan Back Tuesday Birmingham News
1927-09-13 Pastor Ending First Vacation in 38 Years, Holy Land Is Toured Birmingham News
1927-09-13 Judy Brown: Strolling Around Birmingham News Certainly am glad he is getting home safe—the innocent! Was afraid he might give away his return ticket.
1927-09-14 Brother Bryan Tells of His Trip to the Holy Land Birmingham Post
1927-09-14 Host of Admirers Gather At Station To Welcome 'Brother' Bryan Home Again News
1927-09-14 Welcome Home! drawing
1927-09-14 Welcome Home! drawing Probably Birmingham Post
1927-09-14 Talk With Pastor Gives Interviewer Vision of Galilee Birmingham News
1927-09-14 Host of Admirers Gather At Station To Welcome 'Brother' Bryan Home Again Birmingham News
1927-09-17 Brother Bryan To Talk Sunday Birmingham Post
1927-09-19 Brother Bryan Tells Church In His Sermon of Visit To The Holy Land Birmingham News
1927-09-21 Return Aboard Carmania Anniston Star
1927-09-22 Charity Worker Tried Birmingham News
1927-09-22 Bryan To Speak Birmingham News
1927-09-22 Loulie Compton Seminary Opens Birmingham News
1927-09-23 A Poem To Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1927-10-12 Prisoner Freed Birmingham News
1927-10-15 Leading Presbyterian Elder Tells How Two Youngsters Sealed Solemn Pact Birmingham News
1927-10-16 Dr. Bryan To Speak: Kiwanis\, Palestine Trip Birmingham News
1927-10-16 Speak At Women's Auxilary of Handley Memorial Birmingham News
1927-10-17 Undertaker In Hunt for Kin of Mrs. Steadman Birmingham News
1927-10-19 Fireman's Band To Play Birmingham News Band Plays Thursday Night Prayer Service
1927-10-27 'Brother' Bryan To Speak Birmingham News West End Cumberland Presbterian Church
1927-10-28 Preaches on Dead Sea Birmingham News
1927-10-30 Promotional: Jennie Smith Will Play At Last with photo Community Chest
1927-10-30 Promotional: Aren't They Worth It Birmingham News
1927-10-30 Helen Keller Day To Mark Opening of Chest Appeal Birmingham News
1927-11-01 The Rev. J.A. Bryan Sees His First Motion Picture Birmingham News
1927-11-01 The Rev. J.A. Bryan Sees His First Motion Picture Birmingham Post?
1927-11-01 Brother Bryan Sees First Movie in 64 Years of Life
1927-11-01 Brother Bryan Sees First Movie in 64 Years of Life Birmingham Post
1927-11-01 Bryan To Speak: Pastor To Tell Patrolmen of Trip Across Seas Birmngham News
1927-11-03 Bible Verified Birmingham News
1927-11-08 Dr. Bryan To Speak: Better Films Committee Birmingham News
1927-11-15 Better Films Birmingham News Response to King of Kings
1927-11-16 Bryan To Speak: West End Methodist Church Birmingham News
1927-12-01 Presbyterian Services Close (Mullins S.C.) Enterprise Spreading out of town
1927-12-01 Presbyterian Services Close (Mullins\, S.C.) Enterprise Spreading out of town
1927-12-07 School Plans Carnival Birmingham News Speaks at Wheeler Business College
1927-12-08 E. Smith Is Elected Leader of Alabama Birmingham News Bryan prays at Alabama Football jamboree
1927-12-10 Dr. Bryan to Speak At East Lake Church Birmingham News Seventy-Fifth Street Presbyterian Church
1927-12-12 Avondale Methodist Church Birmingham News
1927-12-15 Rev. Bryan Speaks At Ulmann School Birmingham News
1927-12-17 Speaks at YMCA on Holy Land Birmingham News
1927-12-19 Talks of Holy Land Birmingham News "We believe more strongly in the supernatural, the more we see the natural in its true relationship to history" ... "The Bible is more real to me, and my vision of its truths is larger, since my visit last Summer to the Holy Land."..."Supernatural happenings of the Bible seem doubly real to me since going over the ground of the Holy Land and viewing its scenes with my own eyes."
1927-12-24 Birmingham's 13th Apostle Christmas
1927-12-25 Christmas With Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1927-12-30 Killingsworth-Pettus Marriage Solemnized Anniston Star
1928-01-01 Dr. Bryan Honored At Loulie Compton
1928-01-26 Banquet to Feature Birmingham News North Birmingham School Graduation
1928-01-26 Speak at Wesleyan Methodist Church Birmingham News
1928-01-30 Eugenic Union Is Frowned Upon By Birmingham Pastor And Doctor Birmingham News
1928-02-07 South Avendale Baptist Church Birmingham News
1928-02-14 Observe End of Debt Birmingham News "Any donors to the church are not satisfied with their investment, he will have their contribution refunded."
1928-02-16 "Brother" Bryan Happy Birmingham News Debt
1928-02-17 Mortgage Burned At Bryan Church Birmingham News
1928-02-21 Brother Bryan Good Samaritan To Fire Laddie Birmingham News
1928-02-22 Bro. Bryan Opposes Sunday Movies Birmingham News Letter to Editor by Bryan
1928-02-28 "Brother" Bryan Better Birmingham News Fell on steps of church
1928-03-03 Brother Bryan Recovers Birmingham News
1928-03-04 "Crucifying the Sabbath" Birmingham News A response to Brother Bryan's letter to editor from 19280222
1928-03-11 Liked Bishop Moore Birmingham News Birmingham does not need to be told of the goodness of Brother Bryan. To eulogize him would be like 'carrying coals to Newcastle.'
1928-03-12 A Splendid Article Birmingham News Letter to the Editor by Bryan regarding the death and article written about F.W. Dixon. Really lovely tribute, and shows his good writing style when needed. The article referenced is file 19280306 The_Birmingham_News_Tue__Mar_6__1928_2.jpg
1928-03-15 Pastors and Working Women Birmingham News Bryan the only pastor to respond to the women's league request
1928-03-19 Wishes Brother Bryan Was a Healer Birmingham News WIshes Bryan had a healing ministry in letter to the editor
1928-03-20 Brother Bryan Starts 66th Year Without A Penny Birthday
1928-03-20 19280516 The_Birmingham_News_Wed__May_16__1928_2 Birmingham News
1928-03-20 Third Presbyterian Has Been Strong Factor In Religious Life of City Birthday
1928-03-20 Third Presbyterian Has Been Strong Factor In Religious Life of City Birmingham Post
1928-03-23 Brother Bryan News Cup Winner At Milestone 65 birthday
1928-03-23 Brother Bryan\, News Cup Winner\, At Milestone 65 birthday
1928-04-02 Preaches To Men Birmingham News Salvation Army men
1928-04-09 Presbytery Will Meet In Jasper Birmingham News
1928-04-18 Charges Hurled Back and Forth In Movie Fight Birmingham News Bryan responds to accusation
1928-04-19 Greer Addresses Crowd in North Birmingham Birmingham News Mentions dispute with Bryan as mistake
1928-04-21 City-Wide Mass Meeting to consider the Preservation of the Sabbath Birmingham News Bryan prays (mentioned in Stidger, "Live like Christ, fight like hell!"
1928-04-23 Prayer Service "Brother" Bryan Announces All-DAy Meeting Against Sunday Movies Birmingham News
1928-04-23 Multiple Sunday Movie articles Birmingham News
1928-04-29 Prayer Day Set For W.C.T.U. Cause Birmingham News
1928-05-01 Missionary Will Aid In Prayer Services of W.C.T.U. Workers Birmingham News
1928-05-16 Seminary Seniors Present Dr. Bryan Copy 'The Annual' Birmingham News
1928-05-16 Church To Get New Building Birmingham News Eighty-Third Presbyterian Church, East Lake
1928-05-19 Grand Army And Affiliations To Attend Church Birmingham News
1928-05-21 War Music To Be Heard At Church of 'Brother' Bryan Birmingham News
1928-05-23 Nacoochee Institute Presbyterian Standard
1928-05-24 Church Plans To Honor Vets Birmingham News
1928-05-25 A Word About Brother Bryan Birmingham News Response to "Wishes Bryan Was a Healer" includes wonderful praise of Bryan
1928-05-26 Message on "War Day" Birmingham News
1928-06-01 Honor Bryan Birmingham Post
1928-06-02 Brother Bryan to Give Anniversary Sermon Birmingham Post
1928-06-02 Beloved Minister To Begin Fortieth Year's Work Sunday Birmingham News
1928-06-04 Brother Bryan In Anniversary B Post
1928-06-04 "Brother" Bryan Makes Eloquent Appeal For God Birmingham News Sings alone "Come, Come To Jesus"
1928-06-07 Bryan Speaks in Gadsden Birmingham News
1928-06-07 B.R.T. Memorial Service Birmingham News
1928-06-11 Resurrection Sermon Birmingham News To BRT
1928-06-16 The Old Temple of Solomon To Be Sermon Text Birmingham News
1928-06-16 Brother' Bryan Speaks Birmingham News To Laymen's Club
1928-06-21 Mrs Bertie Marcus Passes At Clanton Selma Times
1928-06-22 Mrs. R.H. Marcus The Montgomery Advertiser
1928-06-23 Memorial Service To Be Conducted for Odd Fellows Birmingham News
1928-06-24 Academy of Music Ends Spring Term Birmingham News
1928-07-03 Carolina Sermon Will Be Preached By 'Brother' Bryan Birmingham News Tells humorous story of first preaching experience
1928-07-09 Tells of Sacrifices Birmingham News Talk on South Carolina
1928-07-12 Boys to Hear Bryan Birmingham News Newspaper boys
1928-07-21 St. Pauls AME Church Birmingham Reporter Speaks about Holy Land to Colored Church
1928-08-11 C.M.E. Church Birmingham Reporter Speaks about Holy Land to Colored Church
1928-08-16 Will Hear Lecture: Rev. J.A. Bryan To Give Address on Jerusalem At Fairfield Birmingham News Fairfield Baptist
1928-08-18 Southside C.M.E. Church Birmingham Reporter "Brother Bryan (white) of the Third Presbyterian Church delivered a message worthy of the widest attention. He spoke as one to the manor born." Colored Church
1928-08-21 Bryan To Preach: Presbyterian Pastor To Be Heard At Tarrant City Revival Birmingham News
1928-09-04 Evangelist Flays Tammany\, Smith Birmingham News Prays for Divine guidance "in taking the bitterness out of our hearts."
1928-09-12 Speaks at Columbia Seminary Presbyterian Standard
1928-09-21 Bryan Backs Chest Appeal Birmingham Post
1928-10-20 Tom Heflin Makes Campaign Speech at Auditorium Birmingham News
1928-10-20 Prominent Men in Mass Meeting Birmingham News
1928-10-21 Community Chest Meeting Program Birmingham News
1928-10-25 J.A. Bryan on Christ Birmingham News
1928-11-03 Dr. J.A. Bryan and Rev. Glen Tingley Birmingham Post Herald
1928-11-07 Promotional: Jennie Smith Will Play At Last with photo Community Chest
1928-11-21 Honor Roll of Churches Presbyterian Standard Listed as most evangelistic in synod one of most in nation
1928-11-21 Honor Roll of Churches Presbyterian Standard Listed as most evangelistic in synod, one of most in nation
1928-11-24 Thanksgiving Services Weekly Call
1928-11-24 Full Gospel Rally At Ensley Tabernacle Birmingham News
1928-11-24 Brother Bryan's Pal Will Play Coronet For Him On Thursday Birmingham News Includes photo with 12 year old Claude Elmer McGee, Coronet player
1928-12-21 Church To Receive Birmingham News
1928-12-24 Pastor Remembered Birmingham News Firemen give Bryan outfit and money
1928-12-29 40th Christmas Reception Weekly Call
1929-01-01 A Birmingham Saint Date uncertain
1929-01-01 A Birmingham Saint Alabama Baptist maybe Probably from early 1920s
1929-01-01 Church's Oldest Member ND Oldest Church Member
1929-01-01 Church's Oldest Member NP Mrs. J.P. Baldauf died in January 1929, turned 89 October 1928
1929-01-05 Celebrating the fortieth Christmas anniversary Birmingham Reporter Colored Paper
1929-01-11 Prayer Services Set Birmingham News
1929-02-03 Speaks at Week's Chapel Services Birmingham News
1929-02-09 Bible Convention Opens At Strand Birmingham News R.A. Forrest, Tingley
1929-02-12 City Schools Pay Lincoln Tribute Birmingham News
1929-03-18 "Brother" Bryan Give Thanks As He Approaches 66 Birmingham News
1929-03-21 66 turned upside down Birmingham News Henry Vance article
1929-03-23 66 turned upside down birthday
1929-03-24 Loulie Compton Birmingham News Spontaneous Singing of 'Happy Birthday'
1929-04-07 Monday-Wednesday morning WAPI Radio Birmingham News
1929-04-10 Presbytery Ends Two Day Session Birmingham News Hunter Blakely there, also Bryan on Sabbath and Family Religion which can be read in Birmingham Presbytery Records, 1929
1929-04-14 WAPI To Feature Holy Land Travel Birmingham News WAPI TO FEATUBE HOLY LAND TRAVEL A travel log of historical places In Biblical lands will be an added tea. ture of the Saturday morning program of Station WAPI, ' beginning next Saturday, One of the best authorities In Birmingham will bs the speaker, tha Kev. J. A. Bryan, pastor Third Presbyterian Church. Dr. Bryan spent three months In Biblical lands In 11)27, following famous travels set forth in the Bible. The talks will begin at 10:80 a.m., and continue 80 minutes. For those who are Interested In this portion of the world, but cannot muke the trip, Station WAPI believes it has an un. usual pleasure In store. Dr. Bryan has a splendid radio voice, and it la believed his talks will prove a most popular feature.
1929-04-15 Rev. Bryan Will Speak Birmingham News
1929-05-25 Pell City Avondale Sun
1929-05-26 Birmingham Church Plans Anniversary Service For Bryan Anniston Star
1929-06-01 Dr. J.A. Bryan's Lecture Goes Over Avondale Sun
1929-06-01 DR. J .A. BRYAN'S LECTURE GOES OVER Avondale Sun
1929-06-01 Bro. Bryan To Celebrate His 40th Anniversary Labor Advocate
1929-06-01 Dr. Bryan To Mark Fortieth Year of Ministerial Work Birmingham News
1929-06-03 Brother Bryan Sees 40 Years In Ministry Birmingham News Sermon on Fundamentalism partial transcription
1929-06-20 Billy Whitefield Died in Birmimgham Friday Sand Mountain Banner
1929-06-23 One Time Slaves To Hold Reunion Birmingham News 17th reunion
1929-07-14 Feast for Body and Spirit Promised Old Slaves at Annual Reunion Here Birmingham News
1929-07-16 One Time Slaves\, All Past 100\, Are Swapping Yarns Birmingham News
1929-07-17 Plantation Songs Heard Once Again As Slaves Gather Birmingham News
1929-07-17 A Strange Reunion The Journal, Logan Utah
1929-07-17 Former Slaves Hold Meet At Birmingham Selma Times
1929-07-18 Plantations Songs Chanted As Former Slaves Meet Baltimore Sun
1929-07-23 Pastor Prays For Girl Impatient At Traffic Signal Birmingham News
1929-07-28 Rest For Weary Mothers of City Assured In Mountain Top Camp Birmingham News There is a church near the cottage, which draws the visitors when services are in progress, and the Rev. J. A. Bryan has visited the mothers and preached them an informal sermon. All the mothers declared that this gentle preacher was an inspiration, and "hoped hed come often."
1929-07-31 Newsies Cited To Work of Daniels Birmingham News partial transcript of talk to Newspaper boys
1929-08-26 Community Chest Letter
1929-08-29 Preaches At Leeds Birmingham News
1929-09-07 Slogan Winners Express Thanks Birmingham News
1929-09-09 Brother Bryan Holding Revival Birmingham News
1929-09-12 Dr. Bryan Talks on Gethsemene Birmingham News
1929-09-29 Ministers and Their Hobbies Birmingham News DEAR "Brother" Bryan, the Rev. J. A. Bryan, pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, held In lov- Ing affection by thousands to whom he has ministered so kindly, declares he has but one hobby, and In his sweet Chrlst-llke way, gives expression to lt as follows: I can express my hobby," said "Brother Bryan. "In two sentences, j I am trying to live an humble, prayerful, unselfish, self-forgetting life. With this as my hobby I have no motive but to glorify Christ In my body and spirit which belong to j Him. A twin sister of this, my motive in the ministry Is to lead men, women and children to a knowledge of Jesus Christ, and to try to Way 01 life to holier and better lives. "I truthfully say that my pilgrimage and study in Bible lands two years ago has made the Bible, that is the reading and studying of its teachings, an outstanding hobby in my lifes work. I mention this to thank The Birmingham News and all of my friends who gave me such a great pilgrimage, and the greatest hobby of my life.
1929-10-05 Dr. Bryan To Preach Opening Sermon At Synod of Alabama Birmingham News
1929-10-08 Presbyterian Meet To Open In Montgomery Anniston Star
1929-10-09 Florence Man Elected Moderator Montgomery Advertiser
1929-10-18 Wheeler Griffith Wedding Atlanta Constitution
1929-11-01 Will Hold Fortieth Thanksgiving Service Thursday Morning
1929-11-01 Will Hold Fortieth Thanksgiving Service Thursday Morning NP
1929-11-01 Brother Bryan's Son To Fill Pulpit Birmingham Chamber of Commerce
1929-11-01 Chamber of Commerce Birmingham Chamber of Commerce
1929-11-25 Rev. Mr. Bryan To Hold Fortieth Thanksgiving Services Thursday
1929-11-25 Pastor Explains Origin of Names Birmingham News Includes partial transcript of sermon
1929-12-10 Brother' Bryan Appeals Birmingham News Request for offering for street repairs
1929-12-23 Brother' Bryan Is Life Member of Theatrical Union Birmingham News
1929-12-30 Bryan Entertains At Observance of Long Pastorate Birmingham News
1930-01-01 Midget Sees Queer Doings On Elevator nd np Elevator prayer story
1930-01-01 Pastor Prays For Girl Impatient At Traffic Signal no date
1930-01-01 Group Of Unfortunates Being Fed By Church or 19310101
1930-01-01 Group Of Unfortunates Being Fed By Church NP
1930-01-01 Bro Bryan Helps Ex-Convict Get New Start nd Bro Bryan Helps ExConvict
1930-01-01 Bro Bryan Helps Ex-Convict Get New Start NP Probably Birmingham Post
1930-01-01 Stage Awaits Bryan Benefit nd Bro Bryan Helps ExConvict
1930-01-01 Stage Awaits Bryan Benefit NP Probably Birmingham Post
1930-01-01 Persons of All Denominations To Follow Ministers In Unique Appeal nd Bro Bryan Helps ExConvict
1930-01-28 Rev. Bryan Preaches Birmingham News Salvation Army 20 converts
1930-01-29 Rev. Bryan Will Speak Over WKBC Birmingham News
1930-03-12 WKBC Will Offer Dance Lessons Birmingham News
1930-03-15 Holy Land Described Birmingham News Massey Business School
1930-03-16 Invincible W.C.T.U. Meets Thursday Birmingham News
1930-03-19 Brother Bryan Passes 67th Birthday Post Arrival in Birmingham
1930-03-19 Bryan Nears 67 Mark Birmingham News Reception of friends
1930-03-20 City Fathers Honor Bryan On Birthday Birmingham News
1930-03-20 City Fathers Honor Bryan On Birthday Birmingham News
1930-03-21 Commission Names Brother Bryan As Chaplain of City Age Herald
1930-03-21 Bryan Grateful For Office of Chaplain (Bryan writing) Full of service details
1930-03-25 Brother Bryan Is City Chaplain Birmingham News
1930-03-25 Brother Bryan Is City Chaplain City Chaplain
1930-04-30 Students Hear Pastor Birmingham News Massey Business school, speaks on Mothers
1930-05-10 Dr. Bryan To Give Series on Mother Birmingham News
1930-05-18 WKBC To Feature Variety Program Birmingham News Daily Talks
1930-05-28 Brother Bryan Nears Another Anniversary Birmingham News
1930-05-30 Brother Bryan Nearing End of 41 Years of Labor and Service Here
1930-05-30 Brother Bryan Nearing End of 41 Years of Labor and Service Here Birmingham Post
1930-05-31 Brother Bryan To Observe 41 Years' Service Birmingham News
1930-05-31 Beloved Pastor of Third Presbyterian To Mark Anniversary Birmingham News
1930-06-01 Brother' Bryan's Anniversary Here Birmingham News
1930-06-07 Brother Bryan To Honor Old Timers Birmingham News Service for Pioneer carmen
1930-06-22 Miss Sealy and Mr. Hollis The Montgomery Advertiser
1930-07-14 Holy Land Picture Given By Dr. Bryan Birmingham News Gospel presentation to newsboys
1930-07-17 Too Hot in Hell The Eagle
1930-07-17 Too Hot in Hell The Eagle
1930-07-19 Brother Bryan Is Helping Needy News
1930-07-19 "Brother" Bryan Is Helping Needy Birmingham News
1930-07-22 Sermon on Marriage Birmingham News Invites couples he has married
1930-08-08 Reunion Planned By Former Slaves The Montgomery Advertiser
1930-08-09 Police Band Guest of Third Presbyterian Birmingham News
1930-08-16 True Friendship\, Dr. Bryan's Topic At Third Presbyterian Birmingham News
1930-08-16 Unauthorized Solicitation in Bryan's Name Weekly Call
1930-08-22 Police To Observer Yearly Memorial Birmingham News
1930-08-23 Elderly White Man Released at Bryan recommendation Birmingham Reporter Colored Paper
1930-08-25 Memorial Services Held Birmingham News Police
1930-09-01 Methodists Begin Revival In Ensley Birmingham News At Italian Mission
1930-09-07 Seminary To Open Birmingham News Loulie Compton
1930-09-20 Students Invited To Hear Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1930-09-22 Teachers Attend Bryan Services Birmingham News
1930-10-08 Service for Dead Birmingham News Remembers dead of congregation, goes to graves
1930-11-03 Garrett-Miller Wedding Anniston Star
1930-11-06 Elliott Filling Station Birmingham News Gives him free gas
1930-11-15 Bethel Baptist Church Birmingham Reporter Speaks at Colored Church, "hand-splitting applause" Three white visitors were present to hear the wonderful message. "Also the white friends, Dr. Bryan and others, for the love and cooperation in helping to put the Master's program over."
1930-12-01 Peace On Earth date uncertain
1930-12-01 Peace On Earth NP
1930-12-12 Sermon To Labor Birmingham News
1930-12-25 Rev. and Mrs. Bryan 'At Home' Monday Christmas visitors
1930-12-25 Rev. and Mrs. Bryan 'At Home' Monday NP
1930-12-25 City Firemen Play Santa To Brother Bryan Date Very Uncertain
1930-12-26 Services Announced Birmingham News
1930-12-30 Pastor Receives Birmingham News Started receiving at Christmas when he came to Third Pres
1931-01-01 see Anniston Star sick this is 1937 I think For Others He Prayed: Now He Would Have Prayers
1931-01-01 For Others He Prayed: Now He Would Have Prayers NP sick this is 1937 I think, see Anniston Star
1931-01-31 Come to Church and Sunday School by J.A. Bryan Labor Advocate
1931-02-02 Two Evangelists To Speak Here Birmingham News Billy Sunday and Bob Jones, Sr.
1931-02-07 Tarrant Council To Have Big Class Birmingham News Gives "a wonderful address on 'Difficulties Confrtonting Fraternal Orders of Today'"
1931-02-14 Come To Church and Sunday School: The Great Importance of Attending God's Worship Services Labor Advocate
1931-03-17 Bryan Miserable Resting Birmingham News Judy Brown
1931-03-17 Observes Anniversary Birmingham News All-day prayer meeting
1931-03-18 Ramsay and Bryan To Ask School Tax Birmingham News
1931-03-19 A Readable Story Christian Advocate
1931-03-19 Pastor To Celebrate Birmingham News Reception "...I want to invite everybody in Birmingham to come. You've all been so kind to me all these years, and I want to shake your hand."
1931-03-20 Grand Old Man of Pulpit Is 68 Post
1931-03-20 J.A. Bryan NP 68th Birthday
1931-03-21 Dr. Bryan Felicitated Birmingham News
1931-03-28 West End Church To Begin Revival Birmingham News West End Methodist
1931-03-28 Many Residents of Birmingham Celebrate Weekly Call
1931-04-13 Power of Holy Spirit Praised Birmingham News Partial transcript of sermon
1931-04-25 Dr. Bryan Speaks At Springville Church Birmingham News
1931-05-31 Vespers\, Banquet To Feature Week At Howard School Birmingham News Chaplain for 10 years
1931-06-06 City Rejoices with 'Brother Bryan' 42 Years In Service To Fellowmen Post wife, fed 300, marriages and divorces, funerals
1931-06-06 City Rejoices with 'Brother Bryan' 42 Years In Service To Fellowmen Post wife, fed 300, marriages and divorces, funerals
1931-06-06 Bryan Ending 42nd Year Post
1931-06-06 Dr. Bryan To Mark Anniversary Day of Ministry Here Birmingham News
1931-06-06 Beloved Pastor To Hold Anniversary Labor Advocate
1931-06-07 Church Bulletin Church Bulletin
1931-06-14 Stidger's Men of the Great Redemption note Birmingham News
1931-07-10 Special Church Service (for South Carolinians) Birmingham News
1931-07-17 Service for Dead Birmingham News
1931-07-25 Virginia Pastor To Preach Sunday Birmingham News Blakely background
1931-07-28 Matriarch Awaiting Ninetieth Milestone Birmingham News Nobody knows what the radio means to a blind person. I dont know what I'd do with myself if It was not for the radio. "I hear Brother Bryan, too, over the radio, and always enjoy him, for he is such a spiritual man, a devout Christian, whose example is worthy of emulation.
1931-08-03 Action Postponed By Presbytery in Mordecai's Case Birmingham News Bryan proposes motion to delay decision until Spring
1931-08-09 Dr. Hunter Blakely To Write Biography of Bro Bryan While In Birmingham Blakely back story
1931-08-09 Dr. Hunter Blakely To Write Biography of Bro Bryan While In Birmingham Birmingham News
1931-08-09 Religion In Shoes Is Life Story of Brother Bryan Blakely back story
1931-08-13 Needy Sick Well Or Stong Solaced By City's Chaplain
1931-08-13 Needy\, Sick\, Well Or Stong Solaced By City's Chaplain
1931-08-16 Bryan Grateful For Office of Chaplain (Bryan writing) Birmingham News By Bryan
1931-08-18 Dr. Blakely on Vacation to Write Churchman's Biography Staunton News Leader
1931-08-28 Rev. Harry Bryan and Mrs. Bryan to Be Honored Cullman Democrat Missionary to Japan
1931-09-01 In His Footsteps: Age and Youth Part On Eve of Great Adventure (This from later in 19310824) Birmingham Post
1931-09-24 Rose-Cater Marriage Anniston Star
1931-12-24 Brother Bryan Escorted On Yule Shopping Tour Post
1931-12-24 Brother Bryan Escorted On Yule Shopping Tour Birmingham Post
1932-01-06 Pastors to Talk At Lash Protest Birmingham News Protesting Flogging in jails
1932-01-19 I Reckon So Tennessean
1932-03-18 "Brother" Bryan Will Celebrate Birthday Event Birmingham News
1932-06-04 Local Officials Aid Beloved Pastor News
1932-06-04 Loyal Officials Aid Beloved Pastor Birmingham News
1932-06-04 Church Honors 'Brother Bryan' on His 43rd Anniversary 6-4-1932 Post Birmingham Post
1932-06-05 Invites City Hall Employees for Anniversary Birmingham News
1932-06-11 Memorial Service Planned By Bryan Birmingham Post
1932-06-19 Josephine Brock Weds Mr. Morison Anniston Star
1932-07-11 Vote for Sunday baseball Birmingham News politics
1932-07-17 "But They Did It" Birmingham News Letter to the Editor against Bryan and Pastor's Union Sunday Baseball
1932-07-20 A Reply To Mr. Melancon Birmingham News Letter to the Editor against Bryan and Pastor's Union Sunday Baseball
1932-07-24 As To Brother Bryan Birmingham News Letter to Editor about Sunday Baseball, Bryan controversy
1932-08-01 Yeh\, Dooker\, But Thumb-Twiddling Will Get You Nowhere Birmingham News Humor column on Brother Bryan and Sunday Baseball
1932-08-07 Church Officers Post Sermons
1932-12-02 Brother Bryan Robbed Anniston Star
1932-12-02 "Brother Bryan Robbed" Anniston Star
1932-12-24 Christmas Services at Bro. Bryan's Church Labor Advocate
1933-02-09 Brother Bryan Will Preach At Brookwood Tuscaloosa News
1933-02-24 Brother Bryan To Speak At Cottondale Church Tuscaloosa News
1933-03-03 Mrs. George Thompson The Tennessean
1933-03-20 Bryan Honored In Anniversary Post
1933-03-20 Mrs. Estelle Doorman The Tennessean
1933-03-26 Brother Bryan Will Give Sermon Series Tuscaloosa News
1933-04-14 Dr. J.A. Bryan To Lecture Tuesday at Calhoun Church Anniston Star
1933-04-21 Notice of services Anniston Star
1933-05-01 Around Town Anniston Star
1933-05-03 Birmingham Pastor Will Speak Here Anniston Star
1933-05-04 Cottage Prayer Services Planned In Seven Homes Anniston Star
1933-05-07 Bryan Will Lecture In Anniston Again Anniston Star
1933-05-09 On the Holy Land Anniston Star
1933-05-10 Birmingham Pastor Will Give Lecture Anniston Star
1933-05-11 Brother Bryan Will Come to Cullman Soon Cullman Democrat
1933-06-02 Brother Bryan To Mark 44th Anniversary in City (6/2/1933)
1933-06-02 He Lives To Serve np
1933-06-03 City Called To Honor Brother Bryan Post
1933-06-13 Preach at Central Presbyterian Church Anniston Star
1933-06-14 Jerusalem and The Holy Land Anniston Star
1933-06-19 Bryan Will Give Lecture At Church Anniston Star
1933-06-19 Bryan Will Give Lecture At Church Anniston Star
1933-09-03 Bryan To Speak Anniston Star
1933-10-24 Teachers to Meet Birmingham News Unemployed Teachers Club of Jefferson County
1933-10-31 Suffered Injuries to the Face and Hands Birmingham News
1933-11-04 Suffered Injuries to the Face and Hands Weekly Call In Multiple Newspapers
1933-11-11 Suffered Injuries to the Face and Hands Birmingham Reporter
1933-12-20 Ex-Slaves Program Birmingham News 68th Anniversary of Freedom, Bryan speaks
1933-12-25 Firemen Outfit\, Without Mrs. Bryan for First Time Birmingham News
1934-01-01 City's Man of God Writes of Firemen Birmingham's $3000 Fire March
1934-01-01 Birmingham Honors Dr. Bryan
1934-01-01 This Is Why Brother Bryan's Statue Was Made (This is not the date date is 19410129)
1934-01-01 City's Man of God Writes of Firemen Birmingham's $3,000,000 Fire March
1934-01-01 Loveman Religion in Shoes clip
1934-01-01 Dr Religion in Shoes review Bryan Reaches New Milestone On Highway of Life (3/20/1934 News)
1934-01-01 Brother Bryan To Kneel In Marble Prayer In Park Statue no pedestal
1934-01-01 There's A Statue To His Kindness Statue story
1934-01-01 There's A Statue To His Kindness Statue story
1934-01-01 Picture five points
1934-03-01 Statue Is Unveiled to Brother Bryan As Expression of City's High Esteem Statue
1934-03-01 Persons of Many Creeds and Faiths Join In Honoring Pastor Statue Unveiling
1934-03-01 Police and Firemen Will Serve At Ceremony Honoring Brother Bryan Statues
1934-03-03 Brother Bryan In Action Depicted In Book Written By Virginia Pastor Post
1934-03-09 I Reckon So The Tennessean
1934-03-10 Dr. Blakely Pens Autobiography of Alabama Pastor Staunton News Leader
1934-03-18 Former Spartan Now Is Minister Spartanburg Herald Journal Beloved by People of Large City
1934-03-18 Former Spartan Now Is Minister\, Beloved by People of Large City Spartanburg Herald Journal
1934-03-20 Birmingham Pastor Is Paid A Glowing Tribute By Virginia Minister News
1934-03-20 Dr. Bryan Reaches New Milestone On Highway of Life: Birmingham Pastor Is Paid A Glowing Tribute By Virginia Minister Birmingham News
1934-03-20 Kindness Molds A Statue Post
1934-04-07 Brother Bryan Emerges Post Statue picture work
1934-04-08 Religion In Shoes Letter to The Editor News
1934-04-08 "Religion In Shoes" Letter to The Editor Birmingham News
1934-04-26 Religion in Shoes Advertisement Birmingham News
1934-05-27 Church Leaders Adopt Age Limit For Retirement Ashvlle Citizen Times
1934-05-27 Noted Minister Speaks Tonight At Weaverville Ashvlle Citizen Times
1934-06-02 Brother Bryan 71 Birmingham Post Looks Ahead
1934-06-02 Brother Bryan 71\, Looks Ahead Birmingham Post Good info here
1934-06-02 Third Presbyterian To Hold Homecoming Birmingham Post
1934-06-02 Beloved Minister To Mark Forty-Fifth Year of Pastorate Birmingham News
1934-06-10 "Religion In Shoes" Is Life Story of Brother Bryan Birmingham News Probably Birmingham Post
1934-06-17 Will Present Portrait Birmingham News By Effie R. Gibson for Police Department
1934-06-26 City Commission Approves Hanging Portrait Birmingham News
1934-06-28 Confer On Site: Group To Choose Place To Put Statue of "Brother" Bryan Birmingham News
1934-07-02 Moore-Estep Nuptials Held, To Make Home In Kingsport Kingsport Times
1934-07-11 Statue Site Chose Birmingham News
1934-07-15 Statue to Be Dedicated Sunday Birmingham News
1934-07-16 Bryan's Name Is Used In Racket By City Peddlers Birmingham News
1934-07-17 Sculptor Bridges' Five Year Old Idea Results In Unique Brother Bryan Statue Birmingham Post
1934-07-24 City Will Unite In Tribute To Pastor Birmingham News
1934-07-24 City Will Unite In Tribute To Pastor News
1934-07-25 Pastor's Statue To Be Unveiled Birmingham News
1934-07-28 Statue of 'Brother' Bryan To Be Unveiled Tomorrow Post
1934-07-28 Statue of 'Brother' Bryan To Be Unveiled Tomorrow Birmingham Post
1934-07-29 Unveiling of Bryan Statue Mapped Out Birmingham News
1934-07-29 Unveiling of Bryan Statue Mapped Out (News) Statue
1934-07-29 Music And Art Notes Birmingham News
1934-07-29 WSGN to broadcast statue unveiling Birmingham News
1934-07-30 Brother Bryan Birmingham Post
1934-07-30 Statue Is Unveiled To "Brother" Bryan News
1934-07-30 Statue Is Unveiled To "Brother" Bryan Birmingham News
1934-07-30 Brother Bryan statue ceremony
1934-08-03 Firemen of City And Families On Two-Day Picnic Birmingham News
1934-08-05 Brother Bryan's Statue Birmingham News
1934-08-07 Brother Bryan In Action Depicted In Book Written By Virginia Pastor Religion in Shoes
1934-08-11 Former Slaves To Sing Birmingham News
1934-08-12 Time\, Girl' And This Couple Just Made A 'Place' Birmingham News
1934-08-27 Clouds Forecast Birmingham News Lightning Strike Church, and Bryan
1934-09-08 Negroes To Honor Bryan Birmingham News
1934-09-11 I Reckon So Book Review
1934-09-18 Pa Evening Times Sayre Grits and Gravy
1934-09-18 Grits and Gravy Evening Times Sayre, Pa
1934-09-23 Our City Beautiful Birmingham News Picture of Statue
1934-10-07 Old Plantation Melodies Birmingham News Ex Slaves
1934-10-26 Service for Police at Third Birmingham News
1934-11-25 Church School To Be Opened December 3 Anniston Star
1934-11-27 Leaders Make Plans to Open Church School Anniston Star
1934-11-29 Speaks at Convention Anniston Star
1934-12-04 Local Church Begins Annual Mission School Anniston Star
1934-12-05 Bryan To Give Talk For Local Church School Anniston Star
1934-12-06 Guest of family Anniston Star
1934-12-06 Beale To Give Mission School Talk Tonight Anniston Star Bryan spoke previous night on The Value of the Soul
1934-12-08 Newspaper Carriers Hear Brother Bryan Birmingham Post
1934-12-21 Howell-Sult Columbus Telegram
1934-12-22 Brother Bryan to Play Santa Birmingham Post Struck by lightning
1934-12-24 Big Brothers: City Chaplain Outfitted By Firemen As Gift For Christmas Post
1934-12-24 Big Brothers: City Chaplain Outfitted By Firemen As Gift For Christmas Birmingham Post
1934-12-24 Pastor Gets New Suit Birmingham News
1934-12-25 Brother Bryan's Church Visit Could be 1924 or 28
1934-12-26 Death of Christ To Be Depicted By Huge Parade Birmingham News
1934-12-27 Sanders-Wagner Cullman Democrat
1934-12-29 Spooky Mary Baffles Even News Men Daily Capital Journal
1934-12-30 Persons of All Denominations To Follow Ministers In Unique Appeal Birmingham News
1934-12-30 Persistent Phantom Vents Spleen On Puzzled Household Anniston Star
1934-12-30 Spook Comes With Bride Des Moines Register
1935-01-01 Third Presbyterian Has Been Strong Factor In Religious Life of City ND History of Church
1935-01-01 Third Presbyterian Has Been Strong Factor In Religious Life of City ND History of Church This could be dated approximately with the missionaries Head listed in article
1935-01-13 Mrs. Thornhill Taken By Death Anniston Star
1935-01-26 Special Service Planned Baltimore Sun
1935-02-15 Rival Sides Push State Drives on Liquor Question Birmingham News
1935-02-17 Heard on All Three Birmingham Radio Stations Birmingham News
1935-02-27 Prominent Birmingham Pastor to Preach Tonight Austin American
1935-03-02 Brother Bryan to Speak Sunday Austin American
1935-03-02 Preaching Schedule Austin American
1935-03-18 Brother' Bryan Has Birthday Birmingham News All day reception
1935-03-23 Brother Bryan Beams At His 72nd Birthday: Happy Birthday Greeting to Brother Bryan This is a workshop where God works men over.
1935-03-23 Brother Bryan Beams At His 72nd Birthday: Happy Birthday Greeting to Brother Bryan "This is a workshop where God works men over."
1935-03-29 Edmonds To Preach Graduation Sermon Selma Times Journal
1935-04-01 Edmonds To Speak At Commencement Anniston Star Bryan speak at baccalaureate of Military Institute
1935-04-25 Harless Cook Wedding Announced Anniston Star
1935-05-05 Institute Planning for Commencement Selma Times Journal
1935-05-12 Marion Institute Commencement Birmingham News
1935-05-12 Marion Graduation Excercises Monday Selma Times Journal
1935-05-14 Marion Institute Ends Its 93rd Term The Montgomery Advertiser
1935-05-25 Montgomery Advertiser
1935-05-29 NC Daily Times News Reunions on Tap at UNC
1935-05-29 Reunions on Tap at UNC Daily Times News, NC
1935-06-01 Love For Others Drives Him On Post
1935-06-16 Singleton Harmen Wedding Announced Anniston Star
1935-06-24 Dr. J.A. Bryan Will Be Heard Here This Week Anniston Star
1935-07-25 Brother' Bryan Kerrville Mountain Sun Noted Churchman of the South To Speak At Westminster
1935-07-25 Brother' Bryan\, Noted Churchman of the South\, To Speak At Westminster Kerrville Mountain Sun
1935-07-27 Brother Bryan To Lecture In Texas Birmingham Post
1935-08-01 General Church Conference Opens At Westminster Kerrville Mountain Sun
1935-08-08 25 Guests Attend Rotary Luncheon Kerrville Mountain Sun
1935-08-08 Brother Bryan Speaks Before Rotary Members Kerrville Mountain Sun
1935-08-08 I Wouldn't Trade My Job With Hoover Kerrville Mountain Sun Says Brother Bryan
1935-08-08 I Wouldn't Trade My Job With Hoover\, Says Brother Bryan Kerrville Mountain Sun
1935-08-10 Sons Of Bryan To Speak Sunday Birmingham News
1935-08-26 Dr. Bryan To Speak: Goodwater Baptist Church Birmingham News
1935-09-03 Series of Meetings in Shorter\, AL Birmingham News
1935-09-04 New Church Opened Birmingham News
1935-09-06 Bro. Bryan Speaks to Huge Crowd Here Goodwater Enterprise
1935-09-06 Bro. Bryan Spoke to Huge Crowd Here Goodwater Enterprise
1935-09-28 Plan Sacred Concert Birmingham News Fundraiser for Brother Bryan Bus
1935-09-29 "Brother" Bryan Speaker Birmingham News Goodwater Methodist Church
1935-10-07 North Carolina Statesville Record Brother Bryan
1935-10-07 Brother Bryan Statesville Record, North Carolina International Prayer Service For Peace
1935-10-12 Sacred Concert Birmingham News
1935-10-21 Birmingham Girl Marries Clarion Ledger
1935-10-25 "Bro Bryan" Will Be Here October 30th Rockford Chronicle
1935-12-04 Bryan to Give Church School Talk Tonight Anniston Star
1935-12-05 Visit with friends in Anniston Anniston Star
1935-12-30 Official Chaplain of Birmingham (other titles in papers) Ernie Pyle Led class at Princeton
1936-01-04 If Any Saints Are Left\, Brother Bryan Is One Knoxville News Sentinel
1936-01-19 Letter to the 'Best Man In Birmingham' Birmingham News The Best Man in Birmingham
1936-01-23 Midget Sees Queer Doings On Elevator Birmingham News Elevator prayer story
1936-03-19 Birmingham Plans Annual Tribute To Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1936-03-29 Statue Put on 3 Foot Pedestal Birmingham News
1936-03-31 Rev. Bryan To Preach: Kellyton Baptist Church in Goodwater Birmingham News
1936-05-03 Gray Granite Pedestal for Statue Birmingham News
1936-05-15 Brother Bryan Program Birmingham News Radio program dedicated to Bryan
1936-05-23 Once A Newsboy Birmingham Post Soon A 'Theolog'--He's Glad Brother Bryan Came Along
1936-05-23 Once A Newsboy\, Soon A 'Theolog'--He's Glad Brother Bryan Came Along Birmingham Post
1936-06-06 After 47 Years Birmingham Post Brother Bryan Still Trudges On
1936-06-06 After 47 Years\, Brother Bryan Still Trudges On Birmingham Post
1936-06-06 Dr. Bryan To Observe Forty-Seventh Anniversary At Third Presbyterian Birmingham News
1936-06-21 Proud Typographical Union Member Birmingham News Bryan "has often boasted that there were two organizations of which he was exceptionally proud to be a member, the Presbyterian Church and the Birmingham Typographical Union of which he has been an honarary member for many years."
1936-06-24 Praying For Rain Courier Journal
1936-08-01 He Gets Credit B Post She Satisfaction
1936-08-01 He Gets Credit\, She Satisfaction B Post
1936-08-16 "Brother" Bryan Guest Birmingham News Sipsey Methodist Church
1936-08-18 I Reckon So The Tennessean
1936-09-13 Letter to the Editor (Only Brother Bryan sees good in infamous John Dillinger) The Montgomery Advertiser
1936-09-16 Firemen Facing Fun\, Frolic\, Facts Birmingham News "The Rev. J.A. Bryan, friend of all firemen and for many years "daddy" and "big brother" of every member of the Birmingham department, opened the convention with the invocation...
1936-09-20 "Brother" Bryan Back Birmingham News
1936-10-10 Negro Hospital in Need of $500 Birmingham News
1936-10-18 Augustin Bryan Wedding The Times
1936-11-25 Bryan To Preach Birmingham News
1936-12-13 Howard Singers To Be At Church Birmingham News Drives 500 miles a month
1936-12-13 Will Give Cantata Birmingham News 1,500 Children in country communities
1936-12-23 Third most popular radio Birmingham News
1936-12-24 Church To Serve Dinner Birmingham News
1936-12-24 Firemen Play Santa Birmingham News
1936-12-31 Bryan To Celebrate Birmingham News
1936-12-31 Police invited to Open House Birmingham News
1937-01-09 Brother Bryan Will Preach on 'Revivals' Post Herald
1937-01-20 Brewton Celebrates Brother Bryan Day Our Southern Home a marvel to look at and listen to. For in his face you can picture Christ.
1937-01-23 Masons\, O.E.S. To Hear DuBose Birmingham News Brought Dr. Wilds DuBose into the church
1937-02-09 Rev. Bryan To Preach Birmingham News Dixon Memorial Presbyterian Church in Tarrant
1937-02-14 Preaching Here Selma Times Journal
1937-02-21 Howard College Founders Day Birmingham News Picture of Bryan
1937-02-25 MS The Newton Record Outstanding Ministry
1937-02-25 Outstanding Ministry The Newton Record, MS
1937-02-28 A Remarkable Character The Greenville News
1937-03-01 Southern Personalities: James A. Bryan Minister from Hollands
1937-03-01 Southern Personalities: James A. Bryan\, Minister from Hollands
1937-03-01 Tea To Honor Beloved 'Brother Bryan' On His Anniversary, Holley-Estes Plans
1937-03-06 Tea To Honor Beloved 'Brother Bryan' On His Anniversary, Holley-Estes Plans Birmingham News
1937-03-07 Former Drys Shift, Prohis Sound Call Birmingham News
1937-03-11 Bro. Bryan Visits Shamut Monday Night Chambers County News
1937-03-25 "Brother Bryan" To Speak Here Friday Selma Times Journal
1937-03-28 Brother Bryan Speaks Birmingham News Selma
1937-03-28 Dr. Bryan To Preach Birmingham News Cumberland Presbyterian
1937-03-30 Meanest Thief, Brother Bryan's Church Robbed Birmingham News
1937-04-05 Radio Note Birmingham News
1937-04-16 Ripleys Believe It Or Not (Original scan) Ripleys
1937-04-16 Ripleys Believe It Or Not Ripley
1937-04-16 Ripleys Believe It Or Not Ripley
1937-04-22 Preach at Southern Methodist Cullman Democrat
1937-05-24 Union Printers Memorial Birmingham News
1937-05-25 City To Be Host To Postmasters Birmingham News
1937-05-30 One Postman Has Held Office for 58 Years Greenville News
1937-06-01 Brother Bryan's Family Requests Prayer For Him
1937-06-01 Brother Bryan' Has Been In Our Midst For 48 Years (June 1 Birmingham Post 1937 Birmingham Post)
1937-06-01 Brother Bryan' Has Been In Our Midst For 48 Years (June 1\, 1937 Birmingham Post) Birmingham Post
1937-06-01 Dr. Bryan Invites Visits of Friends on Anniversary Birmingham News
1937-06-05 Preaching Services Set Birmingham News Ensley Pilgrim Mission
1937-06-29 Brother Bryan Becomes Reluctant Hospital Patient Birmingham Post (notice article on heat on front)
1937-06-29 Brother Bryan\, In Hospital\, Unites Couple from Bed Birmingham News
1937-06-29 Brother Bryan's Family Requests Prayer For Him
1937-06-30 Hospitalized Minister Performs Nuptial Rites Atlanta Constitution See marriage license from 19370628 divorced 1951
1937-06-30 Hospitalized Minister Performs Nuptial Rites Atlanta Constitution See marriage license from 19370628, divorced 1951
1937-07-03 He's Taking A Rest (From 06/28 to this day perhaps Post Sermons but required rest for a week or more after)
1937-07-03 He's Taking A Rest (From 06/28 to this day perhaps\, but required rest for a week or more after) Post Sermons
1937-07-09 Roll Call of Churches Rockford Chronicle
1937-07-17 Brother Bryan Dictates Column From Bed Post Sermons
1937-07-17 Pastor Is Improved Birmingham News
1937-07-18 Happenings of the Church and World Atlanta Constitution
1937-07-19 Brother Bryan Better Birmingham News
1937-07-20 Bryan Improves Birmingham News
1937-07-29 Brother Bryan Improves Chambers County News
1937-07-31 Brother Bryan Gains Birmingham News
1937-08-01 Brother Bryan Anniston Star
1937-08-07 Pythian Lodge Lauds Bryan Birmingham News
1937-09-18 Rev. Bryan Thankful For 48 Years In One Church Post All night prayer Princeton
1937-09-19 Brother Bryan Better Birmingham News
1937-09-25 Brother Bryan Walks for First Time In 11 Weeks Post
1937-11-20 Brother Bryan Speaks On Radio
1937-12-05 Will Honor Bryan Birmingham News
1937-12-05 Bryan with Judge Roger Snyder Recommending Third changed to Bryan Memorial Birmingham News
1937-12-24 Beloved Brother Bryan Birmingham News Lists needy he needs help with
1937-12-26 Voice on the Radio Birmingham News
1938-01-01 Bryan Memorial Illness reflection
1938-01-01 John Vale articles John Vale
1938-01-01 Brother Bryan Just About The Same
1938-01-01 A Purse for Brother Bryan? News letter to editor
1938-01-01 One S.C. Postmaster Has Held Office for 58 Years
1938-01-01 WSGN send engineers sick bed radio
1938-01-30 Stauffer Invited to Succeed Bryan Anniston Star
1938-02-24 Stauffer Declines Birmingham Call Anniston Star
1938-03-13 Silver Tea will Be Tribute To Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1938-03-13 Birmingham Will Join Hands In Paying Honor To Brother Bryan Birmingham News Note story of free horse and buggy
1938-03-17 Silver Anniversary Birmingham News
1938-03-18 Bryan Gets Key To City's Hearts
1938-03-18 Bryan Gets Key To City's Hearts Birmingham News
1938-03-18 Saturday Named As Day To Honor Beloved Pastor
1938-03-18 Silver Tea will Be Tribute To Brother Bryan
1938-03-18 WSGN Broadcasts Program In Honor of Brother Bryan
1938-03-18 Brother Bryan Day Observed Silver Tea Held
1938-03-18 Brother Bryan to Celebrate 75th Birthday Saturday Cullman Banner
1938-03-19 Brother Bryan Day Observed\, Silver Tea Held Birmingham News
1938-03-20 Birmingham Will Join Hands In Paying Honor To Brother Bryan Birmingham Post Note story of free horse and buggy
1938-03-20 Brother Bryan's Friends Will Meet Again To Honor Beloved Minister Birmingham News
1938-03-21 Tramp Donates $1 to Brother Bryan and Leaves Town Birmingham News
1938-03-23 Tramp Donates $1 to Brother Bryan and Leaves Town Tramp
1938-04-02 Brother Bryan's Son Is Coming To U.S. From Japan Birmingham Post
1938-05-01 Brother Bryan's Friends Will Meet Again To Honor Beloved Minister
1938-05-01 City's Fete For Brother Bryan Slated Saturday
1938-05-01 Brother Bryan Day Observed Silver Tea Held
1938-05-01 Brother Bryan Day Observed\, Silver Tea Held
1938-05-21 Sunday School Bus Presented to Brother Bryan Post (sermons)
1938-06-01 Second Tea Held Here To Observe Pastor's Birthday
1938-06-05 Former Spartan's Work at Birmingham Is One of Most Remarkable Ministries In History of Any Church in America Spartanburg Herald Journal
1938-06-05 Brother Bryan of Birmingham To Be The Subject The News Leader Staunton Virginia
1938-06-25 Harry Bryan To Visit Family on Year's Vacation Birmingham Post (References wheeling into church for 50th)
1938-06-25 Multiple Harry Bryan articles Harry Bryan
1938-07-03 Man of Prayer (South Carolina paper) SC News and Courier
1938-07-05 I Reckon So The Tennessean
1938-07-10 Rev. Harry Bryan Directs Services At Homecoming | Brother Bryan and Boys United On Eve of 'Homecoming' Ceremony
1938-07-10 Brother Bryan and Boys United On Eve of 'Homecoming' Ceremony Birmingham News
1938-07-11 Rev. Harry Bryan Directs Services At Homecoming Birmingham News
1938-07-28 Brother Bryan Expresses Gratitude Birmingham News By Bryan
1938-07-30 Brother Bryan Sends Thanks To His Friends Birmingham Post
1938-10-13 Brother Bryan Prayed A Year For His Book Post
1938-10-28 Bryan Will Bring Japanese Message Anniston Star Harry Bryan
1939-01-01 Hammond mines and Sunday School impact Hammond
1939-01-01 Dr. Alexander's Tribute (Memorial Fund)
1939-02-27 Nineteen Are Hurt in Crash of School Bus Asheville Citizen Times
1939-02-27 19 Children Recovering After Wreck Post
1939-02-27 Rev. Bryan Is Not Told of Accident Post
1939-02-27 Sunday School Bus Hit By Train\, 19 Hurt Semi Weekly Spokesman Review
1939-03-01 21 Escape When Bus Bus crash1 Train Crash
1939-03-01 21 Escape When Bus\, Train Crash Bus crash1
1939-03-01 Multiple Brother Bryan Bus Stories Bus
1939-03-07 Brother Bryan's Wife Is Buried In Elmwood After Long Career wife funeral
1939-03-18 Brother Bryan Tells Story of Bus Wrecked By Train Post (Sermons)
1939-03-18 Brother Bryan Takes His First Step In Nearly Two Years But He's Still Ill
1939-03-18 Brother Bryan Takes His First Step In Nearly Two Years\, But He's Still Ill
1939-03-20 Brother Bryan Will Be Honored In WSGN Salute
1939-03-20 Greater Love Hath No Man (3/19)
1939-05-27 City To Celebrate 50 Years Service of Brother Bryan Post
1939-06-01 Birmingham Will Honor Dr. Bryan Birmingham News
1939-06-01 Eulogy To Mark Golden Year of Brother Bryan's Ministry
1939-06-01
1939-06-01 Grateful City Recalls The Early Days in Career of Brother Bryan
1939-06-01 Huge Crowds Pay Tribute To Ministry of Beloved City Pastor
1939-06-02 Bryan Coin Leads Boy Into Pulpit (Cantrell) B Post
1939-06-02 Third Presbyterian To Hold Homecoming Birmingham Post
1939-06-02 Third Presbyterian To Hold Homecoming Birmingham Post
1939-06-05 Birmingham To Honor Dr. J.A. Bryan On Semi-Centennial of Pastorate Birmingham News Third
1939-06-05 Birmingham News
1939-06-05 Birmingham Pays Tribute To Brother Bryan Sunday
1939-06-07 Thousands Will Join In Honor To 'Brother' Bryan
1939-06-09 Grateful City Recalls The Early Days in Career of Brother Bryan
1939-06-10 City Pays Honor To Brother Bryan's 50 Years of Service Post
1939-06-11 Birmingham Will Honor 'Brother' Bryan For 50 Years' Faithful Ministering Birmingham News
1939-06-11 Birmingham Will Honor 'Brother' Bryan For 50 Years' Faithful Ministering Birmingham News
1939-06-11 Brother Bryan Day Municipal Auditorium
1939-06-11 "Brother Bryan Day" Municipal Auditorium
1939-06-12 A Tribute to A Half-Century of Unselfishness Post
1939-06-12 Tribute Paid To Dr. J.A. Bryan and Record
1939-08-20 Nabor's sermon mention Bryan impact Greenville News Sun
1940-02-29 Strength for the Day Free Lance Star Virginia
1940-02-29 Strength for the Day The Daily Times Rochester PA
1940-03-04 Leonora Memorial Service Reflection (Death March 4 Church 1940)
1940-03-04 Leonora Memorial Service Reflection (Death March 4\, 1940) Church
1940-03-05 Mrs. Bryan Victim of Death Age Herald
1940-03-05 Mrs. Bryan Dies Anniston Star
1940-03-05 Brother Bryan Loses His Closest Advisor As Death Takes Mrs. Bryan at 77
1940-03-09 Rev. Bryan Will Be 77 Wednesday Birmingham Post
1940-03-23 Brother Bryan Will Conduct Easter Services Post
1940-03-24 More reflections on mother's death BB response James Bryan reflections on mother homegoing
1940-03-24 Letter describing BB reaction to wife death James Bryan to Harry Bryan
1940-06-01 Brother Bryan to Offer Prayer Post
1940-06-02 Third Presbyterian Will Honor Brother Bryan News
1940-06-02 Third Presbyterian Will Honor Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1940-07-02 Pickens Will Be Ordained: He Was Associated WIth Brother Bryan Birmingham Post Herald
1940-09-16 Generous and Grateful Birmingham News
1941-01-01 He Witnessed for Christ Fire reflection in 1941
1941-01-01 Hope Now Waning for 'Brother' Bryan News
1941-01-01 Rev Bryan's Sermon Will Be Put On Air
1941-01-01 Rev\, Bryan's Sermon Will Be Put On Air
1941-01-01 Memorial Reflections Wife Funeral
1941-01-01 Love Was Topic of Last Sermon of Brother Bryan
1941-01-01 Bro. Bryan's Memory To Live, Fund Created To Carry On Charities
1941-01-01 Family of Beloved Brother Bryan Voices Thanks To Magic City
1941-01-20 Memorial Fund Memorial
1941-01-26 Church Bulletin
1941-01-28 Brother J. A. Bryan City's Chaplain Claimed By Death
1941-01-28 He Believed In The Brotherhood of Man
1941-01-28 Brother Bryan of Birmingham Tuscaloosa News
1941-01-28 Southside Baptist Church Tribute
1941-01-28 Brother J. A. Bryan\, City's Chaplain\, Claimed By Death
1941-01-28 Ilness Fatal To Rev. Bryan
1941-01-28 After Midnight
1941-01-28 Fire truck Will Bear Bryan Casket To Grave
1941-01-28 Community Center Formed In Memory of Brother Bryan
1941-01-28 He Remembembered After 35 Years
1941-01-28 Pics (Have better)
1941-01-28 Brother Bryan Taken By Death 19410129
1941-01-28 Loveman Memorial
1941-01-28 Tribute Hueytown Lions Club
1941-01-28 Brother Bryan's Funeral Order Funeral Service
1941-01-28 More Memorial Memorial
1941-01-29 Brother J. A. Bryan City's Chaplain Claimed By Death B News
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan Beloved Cleric Passes At Home
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan Beloved Pastor Succoms Here
1941-01-29 Birmingham Mourns Brother Bryan's Death Tuscaloosa News
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan In Familiar Poses (Have pieces of original)
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan Dies At Home Here After Attack of Pneumonia
1941-01-29 The Power of Character
1941-01-29 Misc
1941-01-29 Starting A Bryan Fund
1941-01-29 Fire Truck Will Bear Bryan Casket To Grave
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan In Familiar Poses
1941-01-29 Brother J.A. Bryan\, City's Chaplain\, Claimed By Death B News
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan\, Beloved Cleric\, Passes At Home
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan\, Beloved Pastor\, Succoms Here
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan Dies Anniston Star
1941-01-29 Birmingham Pastor Dies The Tennessean
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan of Birmingham Tuscaloosa News
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan Dies At Home Here After Attack of Pneumonia
1941-01-29 Brother Bryan Is Dead
1941-01-30 Brother Bryan Is Laid To Rest In Final Rites
1941-01-30 Judy Brown Says: Never Was There A Man So Sweet and Kind as Brother Bryan Riding in carriage (Surrey)
1941-01-30 He Believed In Brotherhood of Man South News Almanac
1941-01-30 He Believed In Brotherhood of Man South News Almanac
1941-01-30 Picture Collection Birmingham News
1941-01-30 As One Who Loved His Fellow Man
1941-01-30 Brother Bryan Succumbs To Pneumonia
1941-01-30 His Brother's Keeper Age Herald editorial
1941-01-30 Bryan Services To Be At 3PM Age Herald
1941-01-30 Brother Bryan Atlanta Journal
1941-01-30 "Brother" Bryan Atlanta Journal
1941-01-30 Pnemonia Takes Life of Beloved 'Brother Bryan' Clarion Ledger
1941-01-30 Pnemonia Takes Life of Beloved 'Brother Bryan' Clarion Ledger
1941-01-30 Congressional Record Congressional Record
1941-01-30 He Witnessed For Christ Gadsden Times
1941-01-30 Mourning City Bows Head In Final Tribute To Beloved Minister News
1941-01-30 Fire Truck Will Bear Bryan Casket To Grave | In Memory of Brother Bryan | He Remembered After 35 Years Post
1941-01-30 Local Ministers Attending Funeral Anniston Star
1941-01-30 Services Will Be Held Tomorrow
1941-01-30 Useful Life of Minister Comes to A Close Progressive Age From Age-Herald
1941-01-31 Funeral Pictures
1941-01-31 Funeral Pictures
1941-01-31 Funeral Pictures
1941-01-31 Funeral Pictures
1941-01-31 Brother Bryan Is Laid To Rest In Final Rites | Services Are Conducted As Thousands Mourn Beloved Pastor | Rites Held For Brother Bryan 1/31/1941 Age Herald
1941-01-31 Brother Bryan Is Laid To Rest In Final Rites Age Herald
1941-01-31 After Midnight By The Police Reporter Age Herald Portrait
1941-01-31 After Midnight By The Police Reporter Age Herald Portrait
1941-01-31 Goodbye Brother Bryan Anniston Star
1941-01-31 Patrick Poem Is Tribute to Brother Bryan Congressmen later
1941-01-31 Rev. J.A. Bryan Hartford Courant
1941-01-31 3000 Bow In Sorrow At Brother Bryan's Funeral Post
1941-01-31 Birmingham Citizens Pay Their Final Tribute To Beloved Brother Bryan Post
1941-01-31 Firemen Lead Last Rites for Birmingham Chaplain St Petersburg Times
1941-01-31 Two Mile Cortege Anniston Star
1941-01-31 5 Atlanta Constitution (AP) 000 Mourn 'Brother' Bryan at Rites Held in Birmingham
1941-01-31 5\,000 Mourn 'Brother' Bryan at Rites Held in Birmingham Atlanta Constitution (AP)
1941-01-31 5 Orlando Sentinel 000 Pay Last Tribute To Man All Alabama Knew--Brother Bryan
1941-01-31 5\,000 Pay Last Tribute To Man All Alabama Knew--Brother Bryan Orlando Sentinel
1941-01-31 Brother' Bryan The Tennessean
1941-01-31 As One Who Loved His Fellow Man
1941-02-01 Prayer of Rev. Mitchell Alexander Syrian Missionary convert of Brother Bryan
1941-02-01 Prayer of Rev. Mitchell Alexander\, Syrian Missionary convert of Brother Bryan
1941-02-01 Mine Workers Express Regret At Pastor's Death
1941-02-01 This Morning by John Temple Cowes
1941-02-02 Brother Bryan A Man of God; His Memory Will Live (Birmingham Churchman February 2 1941)
1941-02-02 Letters to Editor
1941-02-02 A Friend Waiting At The Gate
1941-02-02 Southside Baptist To Honor Brother Bryan In Service
1941-02-02 Brother Bryan\, A Man of God, His Memory Will Live (Birmingham Churchman February 2\, 1941)
1941-02-03 Good Morning Louie Newton Atlanta Constitution If I have held back on thing from Christ, I do not know it. I say this humbly
1941-02-03 Good Morning Louie Newton Atlanta Constitution "If I have held back on thing from Christ, I do not know it. I say this humbly"
1941-02-03 Kiwanis Club Bessemer Tribute
1941-02-06 Brother Bryan Chambers County News
1941-02-07 Imperishable Memory of Bro. Bryan Presbyterian Journal
1941-02-11 Condolence Letter
1941-02-12 Death of Rev. James A. Bryan Christian Observer
1941-02-13 Condolence Letter
1941-02-19 A Man of God Christian Observer Prays with servants colored help (see also 'Soul winner.pdf')
1941-02-20 Standards of Greatness Word and Way
1941-02-22 James A. Bryan\, Kingstree Native Dies in Alabama The State
1941-02-22 James A. Bryan\, Kingstree Native\, Dies in Alabama (The State\, Columbia\, SC)
1941-03-01 The Homegoing of Dr. Bryan Hebrew Messenger Led 7000 to Christ
1941-03-01 The Homegoing of Dr. Bryan Hebrew Messenger Led 7,000 to Christ
1941-03-01 Bulletin published by The Presbyterian Orphans Home Lynchburg Lynchburg VA
1941-03-01 Bulletin published by The Presbyterian Orphans Home Lynchburg\, VA Lynchburg
1941-03-04 Brother Bryan (Holy Land Trip) News
1941-03-13 Rev. T.C. Bryan At Presbyterian Church Sunday Ellicott City
1941-05-01 Anniversary Service Scheduled At Church Post
1941-05-01 Birmingham To Have Bryan Memorial Week Starting Off Sunday Post
1941-05-01 Misc. Mission fundraising and gratitude at death of Brother Bryan
1941-05-01 Misc. Mission\, fundraising and gratitude at death of Brother Bryan
1941-05-05 Patrick's Tribute to Brother Bryan Avondale Sun
1941-05-16 $10 News 000 Being Raised To Carry On 'Brother Bryan's Life Work
1941-05-16 $10\,000 Being Raised To Carry On 'Brother Bryan's Life Work News
1941-05-16 Good Morning Louie Newton Atlanta Constitution Calls Brother Bryan a great humorist
1941-05-31 Brother Bryan Memorial Week Starts Tomorrow Post
1941-05-31 Observences Asked In City Post
1941-06-15 In The Footsteps of the Christ He Adored News Age Herald
1942-09-08 Dr. Alexander Speaks At Meet of Presbyterians Ashville Citizen Times
1942-09-08 Presbyterians Open Home Mission Meet Charlotte Observer
1943-04-11 Charles Haddon Nabors Sermonette Greenville News
1944-12-18 Wayside Chapels Now Stand In Memory of Brother Bryan News
1945-01-01 God Is Love Avondale Sun GOD IS LOVE story
1947-09-01 He Led Me Into Faith The Expositor Train story "My Father runs the trains"
1948-08-22 The Patriarch Who Went About Doing Good The Montgomery Adertiser About John Edwards Bryan
1950-01-01 From Where I stand (Brother Bryan Mission Mission community center)
1950-01-01 From Where I stand (Brother Bryan Mission\, community center) Mission
1950-11-11 Our Gifts: Power Spiritual Hope
1950-11-11 Our Gifts: Power\, Spiritual Hope
1952-01-01 Brother Bryan Had a Word For It--Prayer
1952-01-28 Brother Bryan Bronze Plaque Is Dedicated Post Herald
1960-01-01 Manse of Brother Bryan now gone as landmark
1962-07-16 Street Prayer Changed A Life
1962-09-17 Brother Bryan Had Way of Making All People Feel Better (9/17/1962) News
1963-04-02 Whom Are You Trying To Please? The Lewiston Daily Sun Catherine Marshall
1964-06-03 Brother Bryan's Life to be TV Hit
1964-06-05 There's A Statue To His Kindness Birmingham Post Herald
1964-06-08 Brother Bryan Was Chosen 'Man for the Hour'
1964-07-02 Fairmont Makes Time Changes for Services Dispatch
1964-08-01 Brother Bryan Picture Presbyterian News
1965-04-06 Beer Halls Feared Crusades of Brother Bryan Post Herald Brightest boy in Princeton Josephus Daniels
1965-04-06 Beer Halls Feared Crusades of Brother Bryan Post Herald "Brightest boy in Princeton" Josephus Daniels
1966-01-01 Statue Picture Five Points n statue picture
1966-10-06 Park Board OKs Moving Statue of Brother Bryan Birmingham News
1966-10-06 Vulcan Park to get Bryan statue Birmingham News
1966-10-06 Park Board OKs Moving Statue of Brother Bryan
1966-11-01 Bryan Statue Is Dedicated
1966-11-01 Picture of dedication
1966-11-03 Any Brother Bryan Story? News and police reflections
1966-11-16 Thanksgiving Eve Is Brother Bryan Day
1966-11-17 Brother Bryan's Statue Kneels in Prayer Above City He Loved
1966-11-17 Brother Bryan Looks on City
1966-11-22 Brother Bryan's Statue Dedicated Wednesday
1966-11-23 Prayer Point Dedication Service Bulletin Service
1966-11-23 Brother Bryan Day Statue
1966-11-24 Give Us Grace To Be Thankful
1966-11-27 Voice of the People: Brother Bryan and Birmingham
1967-03-05 Brother Bryan Was Hungry...or Was He? (NEED END OF ARTICLE)
1967-05-31 Dream Comes True For Japanese Lady Birmingham news
1967-11-22 Brother Bryan Day Is Today B news
1967-12-06 Brother Bryan's Cup Goes On Display At Museum
1968-11-27 Rev. Harrington To Get Bryan Award Post Herald
1968-11-27 Governor Declaration of Brother Bryan Day
1969-08-08 Roger Snyder Former Judge Dies News
1969-08-08 Roger Snyder\, Former Judge\, Dies News
1971-05-11 Brother Bryan' Pyle Recalled
1971-05-16 Brother Bryan Story in Braille News
1971-12-19 Legend In HIs Own Time Was Beloved Brother Bryan B News
1972-01-16 The Man on His Knees Gadsden Times
1974-01-05 Real Height Statue Height
1974-05-01 Brother Let Us Pray Third
1975-03-15 Brother Bryan--Religion in Shoes Pensacola News Journal
1975-11-08 Bribe' From Well-loved Pastor Put Child On Road To Ministry
1976-04-01 Brother Bryan Presbyterian Journal
1976-10-18 Hot dog first attracted Cantrell to city Boys Club led to ministry
1976-10-18 Hot dog first attracted Cantrell to city Boys Club\, led to ministry
1976-10-23 Biography of beloved pastor back in print News
1978-03-08 Two Pastors Serve Almost a Century
1978-05-27 Jimmy Cantrell: The quarter which became a career
1981-09-28 Obituary for John E. Bryan John E. Bryan Obit
1982-05-08 Brother Bryan's Life Set To Music Post Herald
1982-05-13 Play Program Play
1982-05-15 Play Ends Tonight on Bro. Bryan
1983-05-12 Rededication Program Redidication
1983-05-12 Brother Bryan More Than Just Statue Figure
1983-05-13 Bryan Statue Unveiling 'good occasion'
1983-08-01 Statue of Praying Presbyterian Pastor Restored Mid-South Presbyterian
1984-06-26 Cornerstone Opening
1986-02-05 Is This The Monument Jesus Would Have Chosen?
1989-01-01 My City My Heart Brother Bryan's Story
1989-01-01 Brother Bryan Left This City Legacy of Sharing Christian Love
1989-01-01 Legacy of Brother Bryan Celebrated
1989-01-01 My City\, My Heart\, Brother Bryan's Story
1989-01-13 Celebration pays homage to Brother Bryan's Legacy
1989-07-13 Brother Bryan Honored (With Large Picture) B News
1989-07-13 Park Renamed Brother Bryan Park
1989-07-16 Brother Bryan Centennial Rally Centennial
2000-01-01 Brother Bryan's Mission Lives On
2001-02-01 Legacy of Love Mission
2002-05-01 Persons of Prayer by Henry Denmen Men of prayer Pamphlet

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